Sentence for catching | Use catching in a sentence

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

  • Catching to hear? (10)
  • But what about catching it? (8)
  • What chance had he of catching them? (8)
  • Catching sight of Felix, he came forward. (8)
  • She fell on her knees, catching his hand. (10)
  • Catching sight of his name in it he read it. (1)
  • He looks up, and catching her eye, looks away. (8)
  • Mrs. Durgin shut her lips, after catching her breath. (9)
  • This is me catching our trees (here followed a sketch). (8)
  • In catching the hour, we are surely the bloom of the hour? (10)
  • Those affirmatives are fat worms for the catching of fish. (10)
  • Who so intoxicated as the convalescent catching at health? (10)
  • And catching his hand between her own, she pressed it desperately. (8)
  • Catching sight of her figure in the window, he goes quickly to her. (8)
  • I shudder all day and night, and feel frozen hands catching at me. (10)
  • We were obliged to confess that she was catching a foreign accent. (10)
  • If we strain to the farther shore, We are catching at comfort near. (10)
  • Temple stopped my wrath by catching at me and begging me to listen. (10)
  • The fellow seems to have a turn for catching his opportunity by the tail. (10)
  • She slid from her saddle and tossed him the reins, catching up her skirts. (10)
  • She breathed it half like a question, like a petition, catching her breath. (10)
  • Harz looked at him, then catching up the bucket, made off in search of water. (8)
  • Then, the habit of a lifetime catching him by the throat, he stayed motionless. (8)
  • In supporting the shock he cannot forbear catching her for an instant to his heart. (9)
  • A corner of it, catching her eye as she lay, seemed to rise up in judgment against her. (4)
  • He was afraid of catching cold I dare say, and invented this trick for getting out of it. (4)
  • Shelton hesitated, then, catching the expression in her frightened face, stepped forward. (8)
  • Catching sight of Peterborough at his heels, she screamed a word equivalent to a clergyman. (10)
  • Catching sight of the tray, he stopped, checked in an evident desire to communicate his soul. (8)
  • She gave him one upward look, from eyes much dilated; then, catching her breath, turned away. (8)
  • It might be, to a certain degree, her quickness at catching the hue and shade of evanescent conversation. (10)
  • She sat there every morning catching those thoughts, and placing them in one or other of her little books. (8)
  • Nataly said, after catching here and there at the fitful gleams of truce or comfort dropped from his words. (10)
  • Mr. Eglett, good man, is between them, catching it right and left; and he deserves his luck for marrying her. (10)
  • But you should have gone down to the cabin with Father Boyle and you would have been sure of not catching cold. (10)
  • It must be taught to do the catching only at precisely the right moment, and to turn at the instant when required. (21)
  • Flag after flag of ours emerges from the wood, line after line sweeps forth, catching the sunlight on its burnished arms. (1)
  • They converged to it from looks crossing or catching profiles, or from tones, from a motion of hand, from a chance word. (10)
  • After his ineffectual catching at the volatile idea, Mr. Radnor found repose in thoughts of his daughter and her dear mother. (10)
  • His voice was charmingly clear; his laughter confident, fresh, catching, the outburst of his very self, as laughter should be. (10)
  • Wilfrid was not willing to relinquish his advantage, and the tender deep tone of the remonstrance was most musical and catching. (10)
  • Some rare national faculty of seeing only the obvious and materially useful had destroyed their power of catching gleams or scents to right or left. (8)
  • The crowded street had all that prosperous air of catching or missing something which characterises the town where London and New York and Dublin meet. (8)

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