Sentence for brought | Use brought in a sentence

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  • The word brought a sigh. (9)
  • What had brought him here? (8)
  • I brought your bill in true! (8)
  • She, was brought before them. (10)
  • Annette declined to be brought. (10)
  • The chemist brought the draught. (8)
  • He brought him here to dinner once. (8)
  • Mary Paynham brought her the news. (10)
  • A common object brought them together. (10)
  • Another minute brought another addition. (4)
  • He had brought him up simply as a gentleman. (8)
  • They brought me to my senses for a second swoon. (10)
  • He brought me a cloak of his own, and four gulden. (8)
  • It may be that the body in the coffin brought them. (12)
  • That very evening brought your most unwelcome uncle. (4)
  • The day had brought a great surprise, nothing more. (10)
  • The rest of the evening brought her little amusement. (4)
  • Lord Shale, our new Lord-Lieutenant, brought it down. (10)
  • The tray had been brought up; the maids had gone to bed. (8)
  • Some uncommon event had brought them out of their rooms. (12)
  • Slowly Boleskey brought his lean horse up to the carriage. (8)
  • Their cries of enjoyment finally brought the mother lioness. (21)
  • But the evening brought a note to him from Algernon Blancove. (22)
  • Almost it seemed to her that she had brought him from the grave. (10)
  • He brought me out here and I have had to work my fingernails off. (18)
  • So far his new work had brought him no nearer to the hearts of men. (8)
  • Such a man would be with difficulty brought to surrender his prize. (10)
  • To her it was intolerable that they should be brought into contact. (10)
  • These nightly torments helped him to brave what the morning brought. (10)
  • The farmer had brought the boxes and left them there, forgetting them. (10)
  • Christian had brought her some oranges, and he laid the fruit on her lap. (12)
  • The perception of this still power, more than all else, brought fear to Hilary. (8)
  • She has been abandoned by the man who brought her over to Dover under promise of marriage. (8)
  • The following day brought news from Richmond to throw every thing else into the background. (4)
  • I asked her if she wished the suit defended, and a counter-suit brought against her husband. (8)
  • We saw a medium-sized fish brought to the warehouse at Vilkoff, where the caviar was extracted. (20)
  • My advice, therefore, is to make every effort to prevent matters being brought into court at all. (8)
  • The gamble which had brought him down till his throat at last was at the mercy of a bullying hound. (8)
  • Another newcomer brought unsalable plays and high notions of the austerity of the artistic vocation. (16)
  • Distrust had brought the state of war, which allows not of the wasting of our powers in confessions. (10)
  • In truth it offended him to be asked to do anything, when he had just brought himself to do so much. (10)
  • So the King commanded that Shibli Bagarag should be brought before him, for he was a lover of marvels. (10)
  • At the time of the great exposition in Chicago she had had such matters first brought to her attention. (13)
  • The light sparkled golden in the dancing poplar leaves, and brought the hills in communion with our eyes. (2)
  • He brought her salad and ice, and they made an appointment for another walk in the morning, if it was fine. (9)
  • If I had written I should have clipped my glorious impulse, brought myself down to earth with my own arrow. (10)
  • This highly effective pluralizing of their peculiar slang, brought a roar of applause from the crowd of Britons. (10)
  • Gower brought her news that the dog had been killed; Martha and her precious burden were outside, a mob of men, too. (10)
  • Soames had brought a suit against the Buccaneer, in which he claimed from him the sum of three hundred and fifty pounds. (8)
  • The official suggested that he should not have brought out a fighting dog, and advised him to throw cold water over them. (8)
  • She went to the length of saying that she believed his attack had been brought on more by homesickness than anything else. (9)
  • At this moment I remembered I had brought with me my cane, which, from a perhaps pardonable vanity, I was fond of parading. (6)
  • He outlived the condemnation that this brought, and I think that no man ever came near him without in some measure loving him. (9)
  • Just as surely he would have brought on himself the scorn of the chivalrous or of the commonly balanced if he had been otherwise. (10)
  • Mrs. Waddy brought down a young man from London to measure me, so that my mourning attire might be in the perfect cut of fashion. (10)
  • Then, while the steam mingled with his frosty beard, he brought two cups from a cupboard, filled one of them, and looked at Hilary. (8)
  • After much paddling and many portages their canoes brought them at last into the swelling flood of the greatest river in the world. (19)
  • Whether to speak a polite adieu to the bride, whose absurd position she had brought on her own head, was debated for half a minute. (10)
  • Uncle Algernon shambled in to see his nephew before the supper was finished, and his more genial presence brought out a little of the plot. (10)
  • He brought her peace, he brought her old throning self back to her, and he was handsome and tame as a leopard-skin at her feet. (10)
  • Miss Crawford, untouched and inattentive, had nothing to say; and Fanny, perceiving it, brought back her own mind to what she thought must interest. (4)

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Definition of brought:

  • brought, brawt, pa.t. and pa.p. of bring.(0)

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