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Use "extraterrestrials" in a sentence
"Then I guess the war against green, eight-legged, laser-beam vision extraterrestrials is also going brilliantly, since the US has not faced a single attack from the ugly aliens."
"This is no hard-and-fast rule, but: Isn't that the phrase extraterrestrials always use--right before they blast the puny humans to kingdom come?"
"On the one hand, the idea of extraterrestrials or interdimensional beings (or angels or deities, for that matter) having come to earth and brought the key elements of civilization and technology with them (whether making fire, irrigation, or velcro) faces a problem akin to that of intelligent design."