Sentences with all the senses.
sight sound smell taste touch
The boom, boom, boom of the bass and the crunch of tires on stones announced our teenage neighbor's arrival home.
sound: boom, boom, boom, crunch
I woke to the clicking of Mopsy's claws on the wood floor.
sight: wood floor
The hair on my neck tckled as the cool breeze through the open window reminded me fall was here.
touch: tickled, cool breeze
He hunkered down in his seat feigning disinterest as the instructor called on him to answer.
sight: hunkered down
Joey's blue eyes lit up when he spied the present.
sight: blue eyes lit up
Green peppers and onions frying always reminded her of a Philly cheesesteak.
smell: green peppers and onions frying
taste: green peppers and onions
The trickle of smoke from the lavender incense soothed her nerves and put her to sleep.
smell: smoke from the lavender incense
Pine rosin permeated the air after lightning hit the tree.
smell: pine rosin
Her mouth watered just thinking of vinegar on the fries.
taste: vinegar on the fries
High blood glucose provoked a dry mouth and the urge to drink water.
taste: dry mouth
I shivered as she laid her cold hand on my hot forehead.
touch: cold, hot
He jumped as the needle pricked his skin.
The wind snapped at the clothes on the line.
The bluebird dove to the ground, poked its beak into the soft rain-soaked dirt, and twisting its head side to side, finally raised up with its wriggling prey.
sight: bluebird dove to the ground, poked its beak, twisting its head, wriggling prey
touch: rain-soaked dirt
The metal windchime swayed back and forth, singing its shrill-pitched tinny tune.
sight: metal windchime, swayed
sound: shrill-pitched tinny tune