Sentence for bargain | Use bargain in a sentence

A sentence for the word bargain. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use bargain in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for bargain.

  • A bargain! (8)
  • Is it a bargain? (8)
  • Is it a bargain? (10)
  • I bargain for that. (10)
  • The bargain had been driven. (8)
  • I got such a bargain, my dear. (8)
  • What bargain did this represent? (8)
  • Again we meet the Silent Bargain. (16)
  • Miltoun, pocketing the bargain, walked out. (8)
  • And into the bargain an hereditary princess. (10)
  • I saw that they had the best of the bargain. (16)
  • We were the same, and animals into the bargain. (10)
  • He looked the victim of fatigue, in the bargain. (10)
  • No such bargain was possible, that was real tragedy! (8)
  • But the Silent Bargain is not made with newspapers only. (16)
  • Does it not all suggest the folly of the Silent Bargain? (16)
  • Nevertheless, the Silent Bargain has been decorously struck. (16)
  • Its owner was not over-anxious to sell, so drove a good bargain. (16)
  • Paris and London reckon with her, bargain with her, consult her. (12)
  • Spite, because he had been disappointed of his money, and defied into the bargain! (8)
  • We must not be nice and ask for all the virtues into the bargain. (4)
  • I determined to make my own bargain with the devil for my own soul. (16)
  • The pecuniary gain is not obvious, but I had bought freedom into the bargain. (2)
  • No, Riette, to be a true sister, I must bargain with my lord before I submit. (10)
  • Would it arrive if the publisher of books should repudiate the Silent Bargain? (16)
  • Men have a right to expect you to know your own minds when you close on a bargain. (10)
  • You will now have to settle your bargain made with Major Andre, with General Clinton. (18)
  • To break up a home is at the best a dangerous experiment, and selfish into the bargain. (8)
  • This time she blamed herself and him, and the world he abused, and destiny into the bargain. (10)
  • There was decidedly humour in the plot, and it was a lusty quarterstaff blow into the bargain. (10)
  • Of course when the bargain was known in Massachusetts and New York there was great indignation. (19)
  • For the Silent Bargain so works as to give to many an author an exaggerated idea of his importance. (16)
  • At these words I had the horrible sensation of being caged, and worse, transported into the bargain. (10)
  • Several of your first-rate people made a bargain with me when they were in the fog, and owe me a trifle. (10)
  • If only into the bargain they could be induced to bake their own brown bread and cook their potatoes well! (8)
  • I bought one for her the other day, and it was pronounced to be a prodigious bargain by every lady who saw it. (4)
  • I want to retain a part, but only a very small part; and I hate to bargain with myself over the exact amount. (12)
  • The brute deserved nothing for putting them in there, and looking as if he knew all about it into the bargain. (8)
  • I was deceiving everybody, myself in the bargain, as a man must do when in chase of a woman above him in rank. (10)
  • The critics who have chosen silence, rather than submission to the Silent Bargain, would have a chance to write. (16)
  • The obvious value of the theory to the Silent Bargain accounts for its popularity with the commercial interests. (16)
  • Inevitable victim of the Silent Bargain he may be, but he is human and will not be good simply because he has the chance. (16)
  • If we ask for nothing for helping gentlemen to stand upright on their legs, and get it, we expect civility into the bargain. (10)
  • Is not the double standard too dangerous a weapon to be allowed to remain in the hands of the upholders of the Silent Bargain? (16)
  • The bargain was struck immediately: I was to be ready to report myself to the captain on board not later than the following day. (10)
  • But he was afraid that this Bosinney would go bankrupt and Soames would have to find the money after all, and costs into the bargain. (8)
  • Mrs. Lapham was even better satisfied with their bargain than the Colonel himself, and they had lived in Nankeen Square for twelve years. (9)
  • A bargain was therefore struck between the diplomatists of France and England, the former to yield back Madras if the English would give up Louisburg. (19)

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