Gore stood up to challenge Bush in this 2000 debate, but got flummoxed and deflated by a simple nod.
Papers sent reporters along the old Route 66 in search of the deflated American dream.
But if Strauss-Kahn's case is dismissed, or deflated to a misdemeanor, the question will be how thick that line is, in fact.
And numbed out, having escaped death on 9/11, notes the World Trade Center “towers collapsing like a deflated carnival castle.”
This was never a bubble that was going to pop, it was a balloon that has now deflated.
On returning from the falls, a deflated tire prolonged our stay, encouraging acquaintance with the hotel people.
As has been said, Joe deflated his lungs just before he took his dive.
She was sorry for him; it was worse for him to have this deflated love than for herself, who could never be properly mated.
The skins on which we had floated so far were deflated and the kalekjis would return with them to Diarbekr by land on donkey back.
With a little cry, he ran toward the chest, moving awkwardly in the loose, deflated fabric of the Osprey suit.