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Example sentences for GNAT

He would, however, confirm that the bug he swallowed was a gnat.
But a cellphone's speaker has all the oomph of a gnat humming.
They still have a pulse, but it is so faint it couldn't keep a gnat alive.
You'd have had all the impact of a gnat in a hurricane.
Every little gnat of irrelevancy may turn out to be what the poem is really about.
Scale means relative size, and obviously there's a mismatch between human-size tools and gnat-size machines.
But this would be straining at a gnat, and swallowing a camel.
Blind guides, which strain at a gnat, and swallow a camel.
Which isn't saying much, as the same could be said of the average gnat.
Any small fly is commonly called a gnat or a midge, but flies of whatever kind are seldom popular, either large or small.
Immature seeds in the pods are often destroyed by a small yellow grub, the larva of a gnat.
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