Sentence for ages | Use ages in a sentence

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  • For ages and ages! (9)
  • These ten ages at least. (4)
  • Ages since he had driven a woman! (8)
  • And there was the matter of difference in their ages! (8)
  • Similar ages, similar tastes, I suppose! (10)
  • They were more like the ages of oaks than of men. (10)
  • They were more like the ages of oaks than of men. (22)
  • As we reckon time, it was probably some millions of ages. (7)
  • Ladies, he said, were famous poisoners in the Middle Ages. (10)
  • For was not here a woman worthy the Golden Ages of the world? (10)
  • The coloured clouds drew me ages away from the recollection of home. (10)
  • He would build such a castle that its renown would live through ages. (18)
  • Shall I master an Event in shaving him, and be told of to future ages? (10)
  • Her ancestors were among the most infamous robber knights of the Middle Ages. (12)
  • Who would really mind their giving wrong ages in order to be married for love! (8)
  • She does not open her ages, and he stands looking at her a moment before speaking.] (8)
  • Niagara seemed a fable of antiquity; the ride from Rochester a myth of the Middle Ages. (9)
  • Our ages were nearly the same, and from our earliest years we were playfellows and friends. (4)
  • The desire of his life was accomplished; the thing he had plotted for ages had come to pass. (10)
  • In all ages he has made bitter counter-charges, and flayed the critics as they have flayed him. (16)
  • They need (our English) and will for the ages of the process of their transformation need a queen. (10)
  • Inordinate unvaried length, sheer longinquity, staggers the heart, ages the very heart of us at a view. (10)
  • This was the inundation of the tan-bark with troops of pretty Shetland ponies of all ages, sizes, and colors. (9)
  • How long this relic of social life of the Middle Ages will last is a much discussed question in Vienna itself. (20)
  • A short account of the Mysteries or Miracle Plays of the Middle Ages may be assigned to a pupil as special work. (3)
  • For ages after the birth of Music, Rhythm and Melody were the only real elements, Rhythm being first recognized. (3)
  • Time gives to human institutions a strength which what is new can only attain in its turn, by the lapse of ages. (18)
  • Harmony always existed, in a limited sense; but it did not take on a scientific development until the Middle Ages. (3)
  • Was not that the disease, and the misfortune, of the age; perhaps of all the countless ages man had lived through? (8)
  • Again they lay as tombstone effigies, that have committed the passage of affairs to another procession of the Ages. (10)
  • An immemorial crime is symbolized there, an ancient guilt; the Crucified One sighs across lands and ages to my ear. (12)
  • He had meant to pass in silence, but between him and this old broken husbandman there was a bond forged by the ages. (8)
  • The germ both of the Opera and Oratorio is to be found in the Miracle Plays or so-called Mysteries of the Middle Ages. (3)
  • Redworth could guess pretty closely the cost of a house hold, if his care for the holder set him venturing on aver ages. (10)
  • She smiled on Drummond Forth, Ferdinand Laxley, William Harvey, and her brother Harry; and she had the same eyes for all ages. (10)
  • The nature of this feeling is not clearly known to us, and has been for ages a matter of controversy evolving more heat than light. (7)
  • He entered into a little question of their comparative ages, which led him to the conclusion that Cynthia must now be about twenty- five. (9)
  • The strange solemn notes gave a religions tone to his love, and wafted him into the knightly ages and the reverential heart of chivalry. (10)
  • Master Gammon bade him go to a certain churchyard in Sussex, and inspect a particular tombstone, upon which the ages of his ancestry were written. (10)
  • Master Gammon bade him go to a certain churchyard in Sussex, and inspect a particular tombstone, upon which the ages of his ancestry were written. (22)
  • A primitive breath is there, and chaos; there the elements thunder and the most terrible dream becomes reality, an epic reality of immemorial ages. (12)
  • It is the struggle between the two elements, the changes foreshadowed and apparent that give such interest to the history of music in the Middle Ages. (3)

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