Wind up in a Sentence πŸ”Š

Definition of Wind up

to prepare for, typically in regards to a heavy blow or a lot of action

Examples of Wind up in a sentence

The boxer threw a punch so powerful that he had to wind up for it before even launching it at his foe. πŸ”Š

The politician decided to wind up to his coup de grace in his debate against his opponent, reminding them of their failures before dealing his final blow. πŸ”Š

A truly skilled fighter does not have to wind up to unleash a powerful blow, as he can strike with full force in an instant. πŸ”Š

Bruce Lee’s One Inch Punch does not require him to wind up before using it, making it almost impossible to see coming.  πŸ”Š

You usually have to wind up a lawnmower before it is ready to start cutting grass, since the engine needs to be warmed up before use.  πŸ”Š

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