Sentence for bade | Use bade in a sentence

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  • Evan bade her sit down. (10)
  • Richard bade Clare farewell. (10)
  • She bade Madge open her hands. (10)
  • Evan bade him not to be a brute. (10)
  • Her father warily bade her proceed. (10)
  • He bade the waiter just fetch his plate. (9)
  • Sir Purcell bade him observe her distress. (10)
  • It was nearly ten when he bade her go to bed. (8)
  • He bowed stiffly and bade him good afternoon. (10)
  • She bade him give her love to all Brookfield. (10)
  • To Pontiac and his men Fort Pitt bade defiance. (19)
  • Then he bade Khipil lead him to the hall of state. (10)
  • He handed a flask to the youth, and bade him drink. (10)
  • Thus humble, the Countess bade him give her his arm. (10)
  • Countess Ammiani bade her son make fast the outer door. (10)
  • Tom jerked out his hand, and bade his brother continue. (10)
  • So they did as she bade them, and watched her curiously. (10)
  • Colonel Halkett bade him come for it as often as he liked. (10)
  • Young Rhodes bade him beware of a deluge in proclaiming it. (10)
  • He bade her continue, and pitched back heavily into his seat. (10)
  • She called him Sir, till he bade her remember he was her son. (10)
  • Morsfield bade the coachman pull up, and he was readily obeyed. (10)
  • Her mistress, almost laughing, bade her keep close, and be still. (10)
  • She bade adieu to him and their mutual relationship that very day. (10)
  • Many an eye grew dim with tears when Kuni bade farewell to her companions. (5)
  • Austin bade him go, and think nothing of the consequences till he got there. (10)
  • Richard bade them adieu, and went to spend his last evening with Mrs. Mount. (10)
  • Thus saying, he loaded the deputies with gifts and bade all but one go free. (19)
  • Straight The letter he tossed to one daughter; bade her the remainder relate. (10)
  • Christian bade the innkeeper get ready a supper and invite Angiolina Pratti to it. (12)
  • It seemeth mad to quit the Olympian couch, Which bade our public gobble or reject. (10)
  • She raised her arm and bade me stand still, and lay there and observed the spider. (12)
  • Jealous devotion bade her break the mesh, That I might seek that other like a bird. (10)
  • Ripton demurred an instant to consult with honour, who bade him catch at his chance. (10)
  • I bade him, with more pathetic dignity reflect on the dreadful hiatus in our studies. (10)
  • If she sighed, the exuberant array of her apparel bade the spectator be of good cheer. (10)
  • He got it against his breast joylessly, and then bade her to try the weight of the two. (10)
  • He got it against his breast joylessly, and then bade her to try the weight of the two. (22)
  • When I was about to leave she bade me good-bye for this life in a somewhat touching manner. (2)
  • After a consultation with Agostino, Ugo Corte and Marco and Giulio bade their adieux to her. (10)
  • Seeing her resolution, her husband bade her God-speed, and she set off dauntlessly at daybreak. (19)
  • She was very willing outwardly, and in her heart most eager; but Carlo bade the rowers push off. (10)
  • They bade each other a tacit farewell, and with patient, pathetic faces awaited the end of the world. (9)
  • He indulged in more of his laughter, and abruptly summoning gravity, bade her talk to him of affairs. (10)
  • The squire bade her to speak out, for she had his sanction to act according to her judgement and liking. (10)
  • On this, Basil had the incredible weakness to yield; and bade the driver take them to the Worcester Depot. (9)
  • She bade Clementina take charge of the plan and not lose it; without it she did not see what they could do. (9)
  • Sir Austin turned the lamp on her pillow, and harshly bade her go to sleep, striding from the room forthwith. (10)
  • Curiosity urged me to approach, but a sense of mortification over my ignominious fate bade me restrain myself. (21)
  • They are plucked from where nature bade them grow in the wild places, or their own wayward wills led them astray. (9)
  • Then he bade Khipil lead the way to the noble gardens of dalliance and pleasure that he had planted and contrived. (10)
  • He was amazed; but speedily priceless trust in his arms, and the wickedness of the streets, he bade her follow him. (10)
  • He was amazed; but speedily priceless trust in his arms, and the wickedness of the streets, he bade her follow him. (22)
  • Beauchamp bade her go, and not be away more than five minutes; and then he would drive to the hotel for the luggage. (10)
  • And in a voice that dispersed armies of innuendoes, she bade him take his choice, either to rest quiet or do her bidding. (10)
  • He sighed, and bade me jocosely to know that he regarded tobacco as just one of the consolations of exiles and bachelors. (10)
  • The last whom he consulted, a famous specialist, bade him be prepared for the worst, since his spinal marrow was affected. (12)
  • His assurance was amazing, but it was past supper-time, and hunger getting the better of my curiosity, I bade him good-night. (8)
  • The squire hastily bade Sewis see that the passages to the sleeping apartments were barred, and flung the great chain loose. (10)
  • V Half a winter night the toasts hurrahed, Crowned him, clothed him, trumpeted him high, Till awink he bade Wife to chamber fly. (10)
  • His mother said that now he had talked enough, and bade him say good-by to the Marches, who were coming so soon to Holland, anyway. (9)
  • If he discovered anything further he said nothing, but bade the good fellow good-bye, jumped into his boat, and pulled down the tide. (10)
  • Soon after the second breakfast, Edmund bade them good-bye for a week, and mounted his horse for Peterborough, and then all were gone. (4)
  • He rejoiced to tell his previous anticipations that he had not been disappointed; and he bade hero-worshippers expect no gilded figure. (10)
  • Governor de Montmagny bade the pioneers welcome, and, after listening to their scheme, told them flatly that he thought it was all a mistake. (19)
  • She smiled suavely on an impromptu pun, because her experience of the humorous appreciation of it by her guests bade her welcome the upstart. (10)
  • Then she murmured that name of the dearth, The Beneficent, Hers, who bade Our husbandmen sow for the birth Of the grain making earth full glad. (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)
  • One may, however, fall on a pleasurable resignation in accepting great indemnities, as Diana bade her believe, when the first disgust began to ebb. (10)

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Definition of bade:

  • bade, bad, pa.t. of bid.(0)

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