Sentence Examples

  • In general, you are more likely to get some leeway with painting the walls when you're renting from a private landlord as opposed to an apartment complex - but it doesn't hurt to ask.
  • Since this label also applies to glow-in-the-dark cereals and borderline absurd chemical concoctions with barely any semblance to natural human sustenance, manufacturers have quite a bit of leeway.
  • Although older indie bands featured the natural hair shades of the sixties and seventies, the contemporary indie movement gives you a bit more leeway when it comes to color.
  • Many organized religions have strict guidelines as to the wedding vows that can be used, but if you're getting married in your backyard, on the beach, or in any kind of civil ceremony, you're likely to have a lot more leeway with your vows.
  • Keep in mind that the strings and elastic bands used in these swimsuits give you a bit of leeway in the size you choose, so sizing is actually more about how much derriere you want to bare.