horizon in a sentence

Example sentences for horizon

When he saw fast-moving clouds on the horizon, he turned his group around.
Here's a look at what's on the horizon.
The closer the sun is to the horizon, the more of the circle we see.
Monstrous waves race together from every point of the horizon.
And along the state's highways, the vast sky stretches wide across the horizon.
Standing tall on stilt-like legs, a lone maned wolf scans the night horizon.
Small groves of tall mora trees stand out against the horizon.
Despite all the sunny projections, there are definite clouds on the horizon.
He pauses, gazing at the horizon.
Sitting on the sand and watching the horizon can be mesmerizing.
Communism stirred to life again only when another propitious source of power arose on the political horizon.
The land is flat to the horizon, scattered with slowly bobbing oil derricks, and always windy.
With tens of thousands of elephants dead each year for their tusks, extinction looms on the horizon for these majestic creatures.
Its plumb-line-straight roadways are lined to the horizon with extended-stay motels and buffet restaurants.
At that velocity, a distant airplane-a speck on the horizon-will fill the windshield in a matter of seconds.
Later they notice a gas giant planet lurking on the horizon.
Only on rare occasions did other boats appear on the horizon.
No one notices the clouds that are, quite literally, on the horizon.
The payoff, if there is one, lies out on some future horizon.

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