Dictionary.com

synch in a sentence

Example sentences for synch

Similarly, while many flashes have slots for synch cords, not all do.
When a forward line is in synch, there's no better feeling for the three players involved.
The change may be placing some species fatally out of synch with their environment.
Being slightly out-of-synch with the general mob is exactly to my liking though.
Even if your genes and hormones are in synch, environmental factors can reroute the gender train.
Local demand might lose its sophistication or move out of synch with global demand.
There are also potential savings in purchasing and in laying gas pipes and electricity cables in synch.
The two are wildly out of synch, and therein lies much of our trouble.
He was tall and sprawling, all bony framework, the kind of body not always in synch with its hinges and joints.
After all, the narratives have to synch up visually, which can't be easy to manage.
While sloppy drumming and sloppy thinking come from brain cells that are slightly out of synch.
It takes trees to use it otherwise the other synch is the ocean and that is what is happening.
Periodically, you would use the communication system to synch your consciousness with those of your copies.
In all these the politics and the religion are out of synch.
Eventually, as the frequencies of both the platform and the metronomes change, they reach a point where they are in synch.
Lettuce and rabbits would fall into synch along with the rest of the ecosystem and all would flourish.
The lip-synch on the bad guys in that one were spot-on.
In synch with each publication's name, cameras pan on the corresponding editors.
Together they work in synch to stretch, strengthen and increase range of motion.

Famous quotes containing the word synch

If we are out of synch with ourselves, everything is out of synch for us.... more
Copyright ©  2014 Dictionary.com, LLC. All rights reserved.
About PRIVACY POLICY Terms Careers Advertise with Us Contact Us Suggest a Word Help