Sentence for attentions | Use attentions in a sentence

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  • I owe my life to your attentions. (18)
  • She would not even wish for a renewal of his attentions. (4)
  • But still his attentions made no part of her satisfaction. (4)
  • Is this your gratitude for my attentions to you last spring? (4)
  • Still the attentions of the lady toward Richard were queer. (10)
  • She had just been receiving the most marked attentions from her lover. (18)
  • She loved him; there was no withdrawing attentions avowedly dear to her. (4)
  • His present attentions to your family are very sincere: quite from the heart. (4)
  • She took a pleasure in these attentions, as if they had been for some one else. (9)
  • The anxious cares, the incessant attentions of Mrs. Weston, were not thrown away. (4)
  • She would henceforth admit his attentions without any idea beyond immediate amusement. (4)
  • The attentions of a certain person can hardly be among the tittle-tattle of Highbury yet. (4)
  • He was only semi-conscious most of the time, but Segwuna never flagged in her attentions. (18)
  • He had said that Jane Fairfax received attentions from Mrs. Elton which nobody else paid her. (4)
  • In spite of the mischief of his attentions, she owed him gratitude and regard, perhaps compassion. (4)
  • His apparent partiality had subsided, his attentions were over, he was the admirer of some one else. (4)
  • At the station something happened which touched them even more than these last attentions of the hotel. (9)
  • The dish is rendered savoury by a slight expenditure of attentions, just a dab of intimated soft stuff. (10)
  • Still she fully intended to devote her attentions to this conspiracy and expose its operations, if possible. (18)
  • Sometimes one officer, sometimes another, had been her favourite, as their attentions raised them in her opinion. (4)
  • Besides, he might follow, and out there she would be still more helpless against the attentions of her own husband! (8)
  • We felt the full value of all the attentions we were receiving; and we endeavoured, as best we might, to repay them. (6)
  • He resolved to go to his own lodgings the next morning, determined to win his loved one by the ardor of his attentions. (18)
  • But some of those little attentions and encouragements which ladies can so easily give will fix him, in spite of himself. (4)
  • There were other moths, too, round that bright candle, and they served to keep his attentions from being too conspicuous. (8)
  • If this man were persecuting her with his attentions, why had he not gone across when she was standing at the picture-shop? (8)
  • He did little things for her; fetched and carried chairs and cushions and rugs, and gave his attentions the air of pleasantries. (9)
  • He flattered him by his attentions, permitted him to be his neighbour in public places, and took his part in quarrels and fights. (12)
  • Poor Harriet was in a flutter of spirits which required all the reasonings and soothings and attentions of every kind that Emma could give. (4)
  • I saw that in their attentions to me, they thought they were winning the heir of Elton, the future proprietor of fifteen thousand per annum. (6)
  • Time did something, her own exertions something more, and she resumed her attentions to Susan, and again awakened the same interest in them. (4)
  • Were it settled so, it would be somewhat less intolerable, though in such common attentions you would have received but half what you ought. (4)
  • Companion for thirty years to one whose life had been feverishly punctuated by the attentions of those little beasts, she had no love for them. (8)
  • The sister of Mrs. Pollington, an amiable widow, relict of a large City warehouse, named Barcop, was chilled by a falling off in his attentions. (10)
  • Mollie was showered with attentions and compliments, some even going as far as to hint slyly at the attentions of Roderick Barclugh. (18)
  • He finds himself surrounded in the most touching manner by the attentions of Providence, and compares himself involuntarily with the lilies and the skylarks. (2)
  • Her mother, sitting with John Munt on the piazza, followed these polite attentions to Mavering with humorous satisfaction, which was qualified as they went on. (9)

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