Sentence Examples

  • Antibiotics we take, as well as those that exist in foods we consume, may kill off beneficial bacteria, leaving room for fungal overgrowth and a free-for-all for harmful bacteria.
  • Then, either divide your family into two teams to guess the correct answers, or have a free-for-all where every man plays for himself.
  • Once everyone in the room is feeling froggy, have a free-for-all in which the children hop and ribbit around the room for 2-5 minutes.
  • Promising to increase the competitive stakes and fun factor, players try for a YAHTZEE in a game that is a complete free-for-all!
  • In the late 90s, when downloading music first became a possibility, there was a certain sense the Internet was a free-for-all.