Sentence for authors | Use authors in a sentence

Sentences with authors. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use authors in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for authors.

  • The authors were indicted for libel. (16)
  • We poor authors are worried now and then. (10)
  • We must not cramp observations on authors and their works…. (16)
  • But half the students and authors you hear of marry in that way. (10)
  • Shelton turned in alarm to look at the authors of these statements. (8)
  • Some theories or superstitions publishers and authors share together. (9)
  • I am not sure that the case is in every way improved for young authors. (9)
  • But this is simply because the authors are so many, and the publishers are so few. (9)
  • My uncandor need not be so jealously guarded in speaking of authors no longer living. (9)
  • Still I think I read with some sense of literature and the difference between authors. (9)
  • At Dorminghurst he collected, for a Colonist, a wonderful library of classical authors. (18)
  • Authors are largely matters of fashion, like this style of bonnet, or that shape of gown. (9)
  • But if the conceit of some authors offends, the sensitiveness of others awakens sympathy. (16)
  • These moments are not continuous with any authors in the past, and they are rare with all. (9)
  • Still I do not think I went far in the more modern authors, or gave my heart to any of them. (9)
  • This may be a better reason than either given why authors do not take part in politics with us. (9)
  • I could now manage Spanish fairly well, and I was sending on to New York for authors in that tongue. (9)
  • I followed Irving, too, in my later reading, but at haphazard, and with other authors at the same time. (9)
  • I could only allege the testimony of publishers and authors to the contrary, and this did not satisfy him. (9)
  • Then he saw, pale and candescent in the blackness, three or four great lilies, the authors of that perfume. (8)
  • There ought certainly to be some bound beyond which the cult of favorite authors should not be suffered to go. (9)
  • Few of his confessions are better known than those on his apprenticeship in style to the great authors of the past. (2)
  • It intimated a romantic personality in the author, and the world still likes to imagine romantic things of authors. (9)
  • At Boston chiefly, if not at Boston alone, was there a vigorous intellectual life among such authors as I have named. (9)
  • I read them after him with a great deal of amusement, but without the passion that I bestowed upon my favorite authors. (9)
  • These authors I recall out of the many that passed through my mind almost as tracelessly as they passed through my hands. (9)
  • But many authors live now, and live prettily enough, by the sale of the serial publication of their writings to the magazines. (9)
  • Once, when Osgood could think of no other occasion for a dinner, he gave himself a birthday dinner, and asked his friends and authors. (9)
  • It will serve him also to consider that the two greatest Norwegian authors, Bjornsen and Ibsen, have both lived long in France and Italy. (9)
  • She was particular in prescribing books for Rhoda to read; good authors, she emphasized, and named books of history, and poets, and quoted their verses. (10)
  • She was particular in prescribing books for Rhoda to read; good authors, she emphasized, and named books of history, and poets, and quoted their verses. (22)
  • The vividest impression which Clemens gave us two ravenous young Boston authors was of the satisfying, the surfeiting nature of subscription publication. (9)
  • Great editors, then as now, ranked great authors in the public esteem, or achieved a double primacy by uniting journalism and literature in the same personality. (9)
  • Did not the age which followed Fielding lament the treachery of authors to the Picaresque tradition, complaining that they were not as Fielding and Smollett were? (8)
  • The English writers seem largely to suspect their publishers; but I believe that American authors, when not flown with flattering reviews, as largely trust theirs. (9)
  • Authors of exceptional excellence receive from the state marks of signal esteem, being appointed to the positions of laborers in the Department of Highways and Cemeteries. (7)
  • But there is always something disappointing in the accounts of publishers, which I fancy is because authors are strangely constituted, rather than because publishers are so. (9)

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