How to use Ike in a sentence
Additionally, since a storm on the scale of Ike would wash away the dunes and surge into the Bay, the project calls for other gates and walls around the Bay, including a ring barrier encircling the city of Galveston.
Storms no larger than Ike would wipe their sand away, Merrell and other experts have warned.
When James and Ike’s mother conceived Ike at the age of 16, his father was “forced to get it together” and joined the Navy.A Survivor of the Tulsa Race Massacre Says Her Family Is Still Trying to Break Its Curse, 100 Years Later|Paulina Cachero|May 29, 2021|Time
All that practice apparently did not turn Ike into Fred Astaire.Not all presidents’ dance skills are created equal|Bonnie Berkowitz, Joanne Lee|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
The announcement caps a milestone year for Nuro, which earlier Wednesday announced it had acquired self-driving trucks startup Ike.Nuro can now operate and charge for autonomous delivery services in California|Kirsten Korosec|December 23, 2020|TechCrunch
It would have been pretty hard for Ike to shake hands with everybody.Blood in the Sand: When James Jones Wrote a Grunt’s View of D-Day|James Jones|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ike sent in the army, which would stay at Central the entire school year.
It happened to Teddy Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt; it happened to Ike and LBJ and Reagan.
Ike was a nice guy, and a hard worker, but he, too, lacked strategic vision.D-Day Was The Largest And One Of The Bloodiest Invasions In History|James A. Warren|June 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In 1950, Ike bought a Gettysburg farm with some of the proceeds from his World War II memoir.From Union to Illegal Labor: I'm Running for Office, for Pete's Sake!|David Frum|November 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Don't you mind, Ike, it come the same day and on the wery same stage as the news of the sinkin' of the Spaynish fleet?
Ike had read the "Herald," with all about "the great prize fight" in it, and had become entirely carried away with it.
"All Ike's property to-day ain't as val'able to me now as that cent was then," Mr. Holmes answered solemnly.
Ike Martin, the storekeeper, had onions already sprouted in his little garden-patch, and he had sown some barley.
At the village Ike joined them, and others came at intervals until the entire white population of the trading-post was present.