Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
He sounded like one wrong word and I would get socked in the teeth.
Every time there is a line of hope, we get socked in the teeth."
I opened it and was socked in the head by pink neon.
With weather socked in like it is up there now, I couldn't get to them in less than a week.
They got a pretty mean storm in the east right now and it's socked in Sam by air or road.
Open warfare on every human colony not socked in by this blizzard.
November proved to be a poor boundary against winter, and before the end of it, the valley was socked in.
"Without benefit of the Skeleteam, the airport's socked in solid."
The restaurant was socked in by soot and debris.
The inattentive, or most drunk, get socked in the head with imitation pearls.
There was a brief cleared area around the moat, before the trees socked in tightly.
Cal said Underwood looked like he'd been socked in the gut when he found out."
The Preds had been socked in all night.
We were socked in on Friday by cold drizzle that was half-fog, half-rain.
"Tafoya would have been here himself, but the weather in Boston has him socked in.
The whole of the eastern seaboard is socked in with fog, so there's no point in trying another airport.
On a recent visit to Cracow, we found that the airport was socked in and hotel rooms were booked solid for at least three days.
Upward, he viewed the crack of light that was the sky, but it appeared dimmed as if socked in by fog.
'You'll be pleased to know that the entire northern half of the country is socked in by this blizzard.'
Once, Marie and Clara were socked in at Moses for two nights.
Meteorology reports everything is socked in below Big Sur.
Sarajevo was socked in, as usual.
Everything south of the interstate to the Colorado border, which included Saratoga, had been socked in by a blizzard, as well.
The coast is socked in.
But Boston was socked in, so the plane flew straight to Frankfurt from Philadelphia.
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