Be sure to speak for a seatearly, if you plan to attend.
My planeleaves at 6:00 in the morning, so I plan to stayup until then and sleep on the plane.
Hisplan did not take into account the possibility of rain.
to talk over a matter or plan
They tarted up their businessplan.
This fallacy is what it soundslike. Speakersroutinelytry to play on the emotions of the crownin lieu of makingreal arguments. 'I know this national missile defense plan has its detractors, but won't someonepleasethink of the children'?
If you plan to teach this material to children, you mayneed to water it down.
If you find one you like, plan to guard it like a hawk until the purchase is finalized.
The overallplan is wellunderstood, but we still have to work out the particulars.
They'd been discussing their getawayplans for weeks.
That night when the icemelted in the cooler and the boozegotwarm, I ditchedplans on getting “mizzed,” miserablydrunk. It had been a hangoverish but excitingafternoon to begin with, and there wasn't anythingleft of the weekend.
We need to quicklyhashup some plans.
My grandfather was originallyscheduled to travel on the ill-fatedlastvoyage of the RMS Lusitania, but thankfullyhad tochange his plans at the last minute.
The imp is incorrigible: his bottom is still red from his lastspanking when he plans the nextprank.
The public took to the streets to protestover the plannedchange to the law.
Her churchgroup has planned an adoption shower.
The former superspook confided to me that he planned to challenge Baker to a lie-detector test on what was labeled “Debategate.”
My familyplanned to takepictures from the ground as I overflew them in the hot airballoon.
Hespeaksaboutworking with craftsmen to recarve both wood and plaster at the New AmsterdamTheater, and he is the project manager for the Theater for a NewAudience, which is planned for a site near the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Manyprojects were planned and started, but nonesaw the light of day.
They had planned it as a surpriseparty, but somebodyspilled the beans.
“Then he planned to kill you, and take overhimself as governor.” “Hah, in a pig's eye,” saidNastyThree.
A principle of fiscal Hawkery was to neverallow a planned deficit.