Definition of 'out of thin air'
Example sentences containing 'out of thin air'
SAN ANDREAS (2001) DESPERADOES (2001)
You can knit bones and flesh easily enough, but not even the gods can manufacture blood out of thin air.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Definition of out of thin air from the Collins English Dictionary
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