Sentence for biting | Use biting in a sentence

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

  • He paused, biting his pen. (8)
  • Soames stood, biting his finger. (8)
  • The air was biting, and smelt of frost. (2)
  • The midges were biting before she went in. (8)
  • Biting his finger, he stared at her gloomily. (8)
  • The air was heavy, midges biting, thunder about. (8)
  • Beaton stopped biting his cigarette and looked at him. (9)
  • She turned to the window, biting her lips-angry and despairing. (8)
  • Mrs. Shortman, too, biting her lips, looked anxiously at the sky. (8)
  • And still I envy Emmy on her sofa, mastering Latin, biting at Greek. (10)
  • She walked up and down, biting her lip and thinking desperately hard. (8)
  • There, with the spray biting into his face, he could think more coolly. (8)
  • She looked half imploringly, biting her lip to correct the peeping wish. (10)
  • Thyme stood at the window, biting her lips to keep the tears back from her eyes. (8)
  • He stood looking at her, biting his moustache, and trying to provoke her to smile. (10)
  • Biting the corner of his forefinger he stole a cold, sharp look at his daughter-in-law. (8)
  • There with his head touching one of the little Japanese trees, he stood biting his fingers. (8)
  • But the fair speakers were chartered libertines, and their laugh admittedly had a biting acid. (10)
  • Her cheeks were crimson; she was biting her lips to keep tears of sheer fatigue out of her eyes. (8)
  • It was like a relentless serpent coiling, and biting, and stinging their young veins to madness. (10)
  • Thus, while the satire of the earlier series is more amusing, that of the second is more biting. (14)
  • We had to guard our camp at night with fire and sword to keep them from biting us as they grazed. (7)
  • Mr. Paramor waited, biting his pencil; a smile flickered on his mouth, and was decorously subdued. (8)
  • Cook was chewing gum, his jaws working nervously, grinding and biting viciously in his excitement. (13)
  • Old Jolyon read them in silence, and while he read them James looked at the floor, biting his fingers the while. (8)
  • The fugitive was captured in a forest back of the lot and returned, shrieking, biting and fighting fiercely, to his den. (21)
  • She was still obstinately biting at her hand, and suddenly her chin flew up, and there, between her teeth, was the needle. (8)
  • The Countess observed to Harry that his dear friend Mr. Laxley appeared, by the cast of his face, to be biting a sour apple. (10)
  • The two had driven from his house to spread the malignant rumour abroad; already they blew the biting world on his raw wound. (10)
  • Unfortunately at a loss for a biting retort, Raikes was reduced to that plain confession of a lack of wit; he offered combat. (10)
  • She was standing quite still, biting her lip-very pretty, with her fine, dark hair blown loose about her face, and her eyes cast down. (8)
  • And having entered three amounts, and set a ruler to keep his place, he turned towards Jolyon, biting the side of his flat forefinger…. (8)
  • She disappeared through the door, and Jeff waited by the steps outside, plucking up one long grass stem after another and biting it in two. (9)
  • He stood in front of the loggia, biting his fingers, a kind of nineteenth-century buccaneer, and I wondered what he was doing in this galley. (8)
  • And such rage against men flared up that she just stood there, twisting her garden-gloves in her hands, and biting the lips he would have kissed. (8)

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