Sentence for buildings | Use buildings in a sentence

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

  • And look at our buildings. (13)
  • A widow Mrs Smith lodging in Westgate Buildings! (4)
  • Most of the flat buildings hereabouts come that way. (13)
  • He drove to the mine buildings, alighted, and climbed to the shaft head. (8)
  • The indefatigable showman immediately began the erection of new buildings at Nos. (21)
  • On the buildings opposite she could read the name of another great evening journal. (8)
  • Mr Elliot, and his friends in Marlborough Buildings, were talked of the whole evening. (4)
  • The doors of all buildings were massive oak and secured by the heaviest fastenings of iron. (18)
  • Indifferent buildings give pain to the sensitive; but these things offend the plainest taste. (2)
  • And all the buildings along her banks, as far as the towers at Westminster, seemed to be smiling. (8)
  • I can now make my purchase of the house and buildings, and buy out my partner at the end of a year. (10)
  • Its eight stories towered loftily above the other houses and apartment buildings in the neighborhood. (13)
  • The lions in Trafalgar Square, the great buildings of Whitehall, filled him with a sort of exultation. (8)
  • On Monday evening, my good friend Mrs Rooke let me thus much into the secrets of Marlborough Buildings. (4)
  • The capitol at Washington was burned and several other public buildings destroyed by way of retaliation. (19)
  • She burst into the silvery morning, and beheld the burning buildings swaying in the wind and the wide sea. (12)
  • Hart answered indifferently that he would find a good many such changes, as was customary in all buildings. (13)
  • She came away from Marlborough Buildings only on Sunday; and she it was who told me you were to marry Mr Elliot. (4)
  • In the year it was begun, too, the Recollet priests began to build their convent, and other large buildings arose. (19)
  • In the lower town the buildings were soon reduced to ruins, and even in the upper town many dangerous fires broke out. (19)
  • The flames spread so rapidly that the firemen could do nothing more than save the adjoining buildings, cars and wagons. (21)
  • And here you are in the meantime, on this pastoral hillside, among nibbling sheep and looked upon by monumental buildings. (2)
  • Lavender passed bewildered among large stone buildings and small wooden buildings, not knowing where to go. (8)
  • York, afterwards Toronto, was captured, its public buildings burned, the church {267} pillaged, and the public library sacked. (19)
  • Hollow blocks, as a rule, are not used for foundations, although they are satisfactory under buildings not higher than 40 feet. (17)
  • The river reflected the thousand lights of buildings piled along her sides, lamps of the embankments, lanterns of moored barges. (8)
  • But the stone buildings, the cannon and muskets in the hands of the determined Frenchmen {43} daunted them and they beat a retreat. (19)
  • He held out his free hand in the simple, cordial fashion that made him popular in his office and with the foremen on his buildings. (13)
  • Except in the immediate suburbs of the large towns, there is no ambition beyond that of rustic comfort in the buildings on the shore. (9)
  • In these moods he sometimes designed elevations of buildings, very striking, very original, very chic, very everything but habitable. (9)
  • He made decent compromises between his own taste and that of his clients, and took pride in the honest construction of his buildings. (13)
  • They are not buildings; for you can scarcely say a thing is built where every measurement is in clamant disproportion with its neighbour. (2)
  • The interior of the city was abandoned by the Imperialists, who held two or three of the principal buildings and the square of the Duomo. (10)
  • He had all the labor of supervising the construction of his buildings, for the work in the office did not warrant engaging a superintendent. (13)
  • The railroad did its own contracting, naturally, and it was through this man Bushfield that the specifications for the buildings had to pass. (13)
  • All was quiet there and empty, the great buildings whitened, the trees blurred and blue; and sweeter air was coming across their flowering tops. (8)
  • Payments on buildings under construction were delayed on account of the strikes; office expenses crept upward; and personal expenses mounted too. (13)
  • These buildings have walls, roofs, floors, and partitions built of incombustible materials, but the finished floors, the trim, windows, and doors are of wood. (17)
  • He showed her all the great buildings, and dilated on the fabulous piles of wealth they represented, taking evident pleasure in her exclamations of astonishment. (10)
  • Winthrop, without beauty and without dignity, was stretched before them an indifferent house, standing low, and hemmed in by the barns and buildings of a farm-yard. (4)
  • It was a dull, respectable, middle-class district, quite unfamiliar to him, and he stared inquiringly at the monotonous blocks of brick houses and cheap apartment buildings. (13)

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