Sentence for behalf | Use behalf in a sentence

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  • Chiefly on behalf of her family. (10)
  • But there was a plea on behalf of this woman. (10)
  • A receipt, a bill for purchases on behalf of Fleur. (8)
  • Another pelting of rain agitated him on her behalf. (10)
  • He appealed to my warmest feelings on their behalf. (10)
  • He was ready to declare war against them on her behalf. (10)
  • Angrily on his behalf she prepared to humble herself to him. (10)
  • We grimaced a little on her behalf, but had nothing to reply. (10)
  • Thoughtful on behalf of the poor foolish victims of men she was. (10)
  • I owe my rank allegiance when he forgets his on my behalf, my friend! (10)
  • But eloquence, powerful on her behalf, was dumb when referred to Nesta. (10)
  • We shall have to supply her place tomorrow; she is travelling rapidly, and on my behalf! (10)
  • Election-seasons called him to ballad-poetry on behalf of the Tory party. (10)
  • She celebrated the omnibus as if it were an effect of his goodness in her behalf. (9)
  • One duel on behalf of a woman is a reputation to her for life; two are notoriety. (10)
  • One duel on behalf of a woman is a reputation to her for life; two are notoriety. (22)
  • An insurrectionary rising of his breast on behalf of his country was the consequence. (10)
  • In politics I am with the active minority on behalf of the inert but suffering majority. (10)
  • General Ople was really forced, by his manly dignity, to make this protest on its behalf. (10)
  • Meantime her battle in her own behalf looked less pleasing by the light of new advantages. (10)
  • I look upon her as a patriot; she dallied and she used the scissors on behalf of her people. (10)
  • I feel my new self already, and can make the poor brute go through fire on behalf of the old. (10)
  • And what has that world done for us, that a joy so immeasurable should be rejected on its behalf? (10)
  • But Alma had left the room for a moment, and she tacitly indulged this sense of injury in her behalf. (9)
  • Redworth was excited on her behalf, but the broken glass had done no damage, nor had Danvers fainted. (10)
  • The reason being, that she fought now on plausibly good grounds: on behalf of her independent action. (10)
  • He forbore again to urge any plea for himself, and once more she was obliged to interfere in his behalf. (9)
  • Mr. Herbert Fellingham had previously received an invitation on behalf of a sister of his to Crikswich. (10)
  • Rose blushed and shrank away without answer, and Mrs. March promptly attacked her husband in his behalf. (9)
  • I received on your behalf the congratulations of friends Loftus, Alton, Segrave, and the rest, at that hour. (10)
  • No necessity existed for compelling the world to bow to Lady Grace, while on behalf of his Nataly he had to . (10)
  • They were all there because they were hungry, or else they were there in behalf of some one else who was hungry. (9)
  • Perhaps the very fact of his not producing a highly favourable impression, should be set to plead on his behalf. (10)
  • A friendly young fellow there, Eckart vom Hof, offered to fight him on my behalf, should I think proper to refuse. (10)
  • She herself would have felt a little shock on his behalf: only, that answer suited the scheme of the pair of lovers. (10)
  • He was the enemy, all the more the enemy because she was still fighting against herself, and, so strangely, in his behalf. (8)
  • The position of things looked so propitious that he naturally thought the powers waiting on love conspired in his behalf. (10)
  • General Schoneck had obtained the privilege for him from the Marshal, General Pierson refusing to lift a finger on his behalf. (10)
  • I promised him I would unreservedly, with a laugh, but with a sincere intention to legislate in a direct manner on his behalf. (10)
  • These things lead them into temptation and adversity, but they seem to do fairly well as business men, even in their own behalf. (9)
  • There was, however, hardly a corner of England where orations on behalf of Peace had a poorer chance than the Bucklandbury division. (8)
  • But, in admitting the plea which common sense puts forward on their behalf, we may fairly ask them to be masculine in their baseness. (10)
  • But, in admitting the plea which common sense puts forward on their behalf, we may fairly ask them to be masculine in their baseness. (22)
  • My father was accused of having stood up at a public dinner and returned thanks on behalf of an Estate of the Realm: it read monstrously. (10)
  • She had scolded him in their behalf apparently; but really because he had made her jealous by his interest, of whatever kind, in some one else. (9)
  • Boris Strumolowski had regained his Christ-like silence and Jimmy Portugal was damning everybody, except the group in whose behalf he ran the Neo-Artist. (8)

Also see sentences for: advantage, avail, benefit, profit, service.

Definition of behalf:

  • behalf, be-häf’, n. favour or benefit: cause: sake, account: part | only in phrases ‘on,’ ‘in behalf of,’ ‘on his behalf.’ (0)

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