Origin of moving van
Words nearby moving van
How to use moving van in a sentence
A hundred miles away, 27 people are buried in a moving van, sweating, crying, and struggling to breathe.
Their prison looks to be a moving van, the sides and ceiling warped from the weight of the surrounding dirt.
They go to Fred’s quarry and bury a moving van, cutting holes for vents and toilets.
A successful book should have a mirror being unloaded from a moving van on page one.Nicholson Baker: How I Write|Noah Charney|September 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Our national symbol may be the bald eagle but it might as well be the moving van—or, previously, the covered wagon.
Once, he was cooking in the back of a moving van and the lab exploded.The Real 'Breaking Bad': Confessions of a Former Meth King|Mark Sullivan|July 17, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Everything I owned except a suitcase, and the dog and cat, was on a moving van heading north.What Bush Did Right|Karen Hughes|January 21, 2009|DAILY BEAST
His eyes noted almost unconsciously the presence of a large moving van standing near the gateway to the street.The Riddle of the Mysterious Light|Mary E. Hanshew
I was riding my brakes but the mass of that moving van was so great that my tires just wore flats on the pavement-side.Highways in Hiding|George Oliver Smith
When Drew and his band rounded that corner there was no car in sight—only a huge, lumbering moving-van two blocks to the east.Whispers at Dawn|Roy J. Snell
Into the drive rumbled a big automobile, almost like a large moving van.Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue on Grandpa's Farm|Laura Lee Hope
So I started to pile things on the overturned table, until it looked like a moving-van ready for a May-Day migration.The Prairie Wife|Arthur Stringer