How to use ‘a toy’ in a sentence

Are you looking for sentences with ‘a toy’? See these examples of use.

… advertisements dressed as a clown with a young Bert Newton. This led to Zig and Zag regularly appearing on a Saturday morning children’s show with Frank Thring. They worked alongside disc jockey Stan Rofe and Newton. In March 1956, they drove a toy car at their first Moomba parade and were crowd favourites at the annual festival.

Zatch is an overly cheerful boy who possesses a strong sense of justice, but is clueless about most of the world around him and often gets in trouble when not being supervised by someone. Kiyo makes Zatch a toy named Volcun 300 which he…

Zapf Creation is a toy company based near Coburg, Germany which specialises in the manufacture of multi-functional dolls. Its franchises have become very popular around the world; among its successful creations are Baby Born, Annabell and Chou Chou.

Zachary did indeed take down the Underlord, proving his ability to fill Jack Johnson’s shoes. He continued to do so both as a superhero and a toy company owner, and later married television news personality Tamara Dixon. Mindful of the…

… going to pretend that there’s a sandwich in the bag. I think there’s a sandwich in there”), and guessing (“I don’t know. I’m going to guess that there’s a toy in the bag”) are not viewed as strong support for a claim. Children recognize that…

a toy single-barrel derringer, sold by Mattel at the time and popularly associated with Yancy, did not resemble anything that the character actually used.) He is an expert marksman. He also carries a cane or a riding crop with hidden…

Xploderz – A toy gun line by The Maya Group that uses water-based pellets.

Working with Kawamori, Takatoku was able to design a transforming 1/55 scale toy of the Valkyrie which was dubbed kanzen henkei (“perfectly transforming”). While not exactly a perfect rendition of the Valkyrie it was still (for a toy) very…

… commercial as Al McWhiggin, the owner of a toy store called Al’s Toy Barn. Buzz, Hamm, Mr. Potato Head, Slinky Dog, and Rex set out to rescue Woody.

… voiced by Jim Hanks (Tom Hanks’ Brother), and the Andy’s room intro of the Buzz Lightyear of Star Command television series as a cameo. Later, he appeared in the end credit epilogue of Pixar’s 2006 movie Cars as a toy station wagon, along…

Buzz think that he’s a real Space Ranger and that the toys are evil accomplices of Zurg, and locks his friends up. Woody learns from a toy clown of Bonnie’s called Chuckles, that Lotso had turned the daycare into a toy prison, which he had…

Woody attempts to escape from Sid’s house, but Buzz, finally discovering he is a toy, sinks into despondency. Sid plans to launch Buzz on a firework rocket, but his plans are delayed by a thunderstorm. Woody tells Buzz about the joy he can…

Wonky Wheels – A toy car steered by a finger that wobbles, rotates, and moves unpredictably. Intended for ages 3 and up.

Wonder Loom is a toy loom used to create colorful bracelets and charms by weaving rubber bands together into Brunnian links. It was designed in 2013 by Choon’s Designs LLC of Wixom, Michigan and licensed to The Beadery Craft Products in Hope Valley, Rhode Island as the exclusive manufacturer.

… 1915-1920. More probably the light show was performed with piano accompaniment, maybe performed on the reduced keyboard of the Optosonic Piano, akin to a toy piano.

With Goldfinger, Corgi Toys began its decades-long relationship with the Bond franchise: they produced a toy of the car, which became the biggest selling toy of 1964. A highly detailed kit was also produced by Airfix between 1966 and 1970.

Wit is now a toy sales manager in Jacksonville, Florida.

… through the tunnels to the water hole. Willy grabs some dynamite and rigs it up to a toy car to kill the monster,…

William’s Doll is a 1972 children’s picture book by Charlotte Zolotow about a boy who wants a doll even though dolls typically are considered a toy only for girls. His father, uncomfortable with William’s request, tries giving William toys…

Wideload’s body is destroyed in issue 37 by Walter Barret, but his brain survives in a toy car.

Imitate experienced writers

Get inspired by millions of examples while writing.