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How to use seatmate in a sentence
If they are seated in an aisle too far away for immediate direct contact, check in with your seatmate and engage the senses to regulate your own emotions.With airline altercations on the rise, a guide to best practices for bystanders | Tanya Ward Goodman | May 20, 2021 | Washington Post
I always greet my seatmate when I sit down so that I’m a real person to them.With airline altercations on the rise, a guide to best practices for bystanders | Tanya Ward Goodman | May 20, 2021 | Washington Post
He dedicates an entire chapter to an airplane seatmate named Rosa Lillipamplia, who has a “lava-flow of chins.”In ‘The Whispering Land,’ a British naturalist collects travel tales — and animals with tails — in Argentina | Andrea Sachs | February 4, 2021 | Washington Post
But then, when one sparkled bustier passed her on the runway, she pointed and whispered to her seatmate: “Now, that I could wear.”Phaedra Parks of ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ at Jeremy Scott NYFW Show | Isabel Wilkinson | February 16, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Nora felt that her chance had come, and she made up her mind to get her seatmate into trouble, if possible.
Nora knew how her seatmate would feel and prepared herself for the question that she was sure would be asked.
Nora went her way, provoked with her seatmate and angry because the joke had not worked quite as she had expected.
Bessie's seatmate, a girl named Nora, about Bessie's own age, was very mischievous.
Bud turned to his seatmate, a youngster who was tackling the complexities of the eighth grade for the third time.The Black Fawn | James Arthur Kjelgaard