picked in a sentence

Your telephone number has been picked up .

I carefully picked up all the bits of broken glass.

While walking in the bazaar yesterday my pocket was picked.

His pocket has been picked.

He picked up a quarrel.

He picked up his bag.

Nobody picked up my hint.

He picked my pocket.

A pick-pocket picked my pocket.

Somebody picked his pocket.

My pocket has been picked.

He picked up the phone and dialled a number.

He picked up the cassette and put it in the player.

His pocket has been picked.

The thief picked up the purse and ran away.

He picked up everything in one handful.

I picked up the remote and switched off the TV.

Somebody has picked my pocket.

He picked a quarrel with me.

My pocket has been picked.

Somebody has picked my pocket.

He picked up the torn pieces of paper.

He picked up the newspaper and glanced casually over the front page.

We picked the number at random.

The sniper picked off his victims one by one.

She picked out the shoes that match the dress.

He picked flowers for her.

He picked up the book.

She picked up one of the glass vases.

I should like to see the trees from which you picked these apples.

The child picked up a small stone.

The taxi picked up two passengers.

We picked out that one.

He picked up the coins that had fallen behind the sofa.

She picked him up at the station.

He picked up the rifle and aimed it at the target.

He picked up the wrong hat by mistake.

My mother stopped her sewing and picked up her book.

He picked up the old scissors.

I would like to see the trees from which you picked these apples.

I’ve just picked up a fault in the line.

He picked out the best book.

He picked up the phone immediately.

She picked up the toys from the floor.

He picked her up at the station.

I picked some pink flowers for her.

His mother picked him up.

The bird picked up the twig with its beak and flew to its nest.

She picked me an apple.

He picked up a hat and put it on to see how it would look.

He has picked up some fantastic gift ideas for Diwali.

He picked up cans in the street.

He was picked up by a passing ship.

He picked up a stone.

He picked up a red stone.

He picked up a handkerchief from the floor.

He picked up the ash-tray.

We picked apples so as to make a pie.

I picked out a new hat at the store.

I’m being picked up.

She picked up a pencil off the floor.

The committee picked the site for the exhibition.

Someone picked me up and passed me over the crowd.

The one we picked out may be the best.

We picked out that one.

He picked out an interesting book for her to read.

Someone has picked my pocket.

I picked up a ruler.

He picked a quarrel with college kids near him at the bar.

He picked it up carefully.

He picked up a stone and threw it at him.

He picked a fight with them.

He picked a fight with me.

She picked up a coin.

She picked out the best of all the jewels in the shop.

She picked out a pink shirt for me to try on.

She picked flowers.

She picked flowers in the garden.

I picked up my bicycle and went from one friend’s house to the other’s.

His hand was trembling as he picked up his pen to sign.

We picked flowers in the garden.

I picked up a purse in the street.

And yes, I have picked up .

I picked a most unfortunate time to visit him.

He picked me up on his way home.

Someone has picked my pocket.

She picked some strawberries from her garden.

It picked him up enough to finish his work.

He picked up something white on the street.

She picked up a stone.

He picked up the phone.

He picked out some important idioms.

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