These nouns are verbs too
I thought they were nouns only
You make sandwiches; you buy sandwiches; you eat sandwiches, but have you ever been sandwiched on a crowded subway train? “Sandwich” is only one of the English words that function both as nouns and verbs. As a verb it means “to be in a very small space between two other things”. For example, “I was sandwiched between two big men.”
Example: Don’t forget to water the plants.
Example: He has been dogged by injury all season.
Example: The 30% inflation rate is more than most residents can stomach.
Example: It is a story penned by Oscar Wilde.
Example: The company weathered the storm of objections to the plan.
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