I've changed my grip and my backswing.
The frightened child gripped its mother's arm.
His grip weakened as he was tired.
They have a good grip of several languages.
Britain was in the grip of a nostalgia boom.
British forces never came to grips with the enemy.
I’m trying to come to grips with Russian grammar.
Hall skilfully weaves the historical research into a gripping narrative.
The whole country is in the grip of a serious recession.
He bought some hair grips for his wife in the fair.
To improve your tennis strokes you try using a different grip.
The play was so gripping that the audience quickly-fied with the actors.
Mr Glenny is gripping on the interplay between state power and criminality.
The crate afforded no comfortable grip.
The child gripped its mother's arm.
He gripped my hand in fear.
Is it for pestling medicine?Without grip?
The government has yet to get to grips with the problem of homelessness.
He talked a lot, but never really came to grips with the subject.
The story grips.
Sorry. You were just gripping me so tight.
Okay, you have a good grip? -Yeah.
" Oh! " She gripped his arm. " Look."
Evidently it was your grip that failed her.
Would it come with kung-fu grip?
He gripped the boy by the arm.
Landlords; a pitiless and unpitiable tribe; all griping extortioners!
And nails improved that grip even further.
She tried to disengage herself from his grip.
'Pooh! ' said he, gripping hard at his courage.
And silica also increases a tyre's wet grip.
Put gloves on because the grip is hot.
She's been released from Satan's grip.
Others are needle-like for gripping fish.
Someone's been practicing his orange grip.
Watch your grip. There you go.
She gripped the bars tightly during her acrobatic routine.
Like thrillers, crime films should be gripping and suspenseful.
Okay, I get it, the movie is absolutely gripping.
Oh, that's a good grip. Can we switch seats?