There's a kind of shelf there above the sink.
The sink was full of dirty dishes.
The bathroom is furnished with 2 toilets, 2 showers, and 2 sinks.
A prison like Port Arthur has all the worst scum in one sink.
There were so many unemployed teenagers from sink estates.
He has transformed Chicago's sink schools into beacons of hope for parents and children.
They were ordered to sink the ship.
In a naval battle your aim is to sink the enemy's ship.
Reducing or missing a distribution payment can sink the price of fund units.
He is worried that it could sink his business.
He sank two crucial putts in the last three holes.
They sunk several stakes.
He sank his worries in drink.
He has already sunk $25 million into the project.
The government sank wells for the villagers.
This was the site where Stephenson sank his first mineshaft.
If they carry on sinking boreholes, then the land is likely to subside.
They created a one-thousand foot deep hole sunk into the rock.
There's never a lack of ways to sink money into your own property.
She sank her voice to a whisper.
She sank two glasses of red wine.
The boat was beginning to sink fast.
A fresh egg will sink and an old egg will float.
Far off to the west the sun was sinking.
The pound had sunk 10 per cent against the Schilling.
Pay increases have sunk to around seven per cent.
When they came to build the southern spire, the foundations began to sink.
He sank into a chair.
She sank to her knees in exhaustion.
Kate laughed, and sank down again to her seat.
His cheeks had sunk during his illness.
Only William would ever sink so low as to organize a date there.
She'd sometimes sink into depression.
The economy was booming with annual growth of 8 percent until it sank into crisis in 1997.
Her voice sank, and he moved closer to catch what she was saying.
The old king was sinking fast, and drinking faster.
My heart sank at the thought.
As the mountains gave way to Italy, her spirits sank lower and lower.