Sentence for dahlia | Use dahlia in a sentence

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  • Dahlia sighed. (22)
  • Dahlia murmured. (22)
  • Dahlia whispered. (22)
  • Dahlia took him up. (10)
  • Dahlia took him up. (22)
  • Dahlia wrung her hands. (10)
  • Dahlia wrung her hands. (22)
  • Dahlia drooped her head. (22)
  • Dahlia cannot be a coward. (10)
  • Dahlia contracted her lips. (10)
  • Dahlia contracted her lips. (22)
  • At last, he touched on Dahlia. (22)
  • Dahlia sent her eyes at Rhoda. (22)
  • It lies between Dahlia and me. (22)
  • Dahlia was a statue of icy fright. (22)
  • But Anthony did not cast eye on Dahlia. (22)
  • Dahlia let fall a long quivering breath. (10)
  • My dear, it would be the death of Dahlia. (22)
  • Dahlia struck her fingers in a tight lock. (22)
  • If she knows where Dahlia is, who told her? (10)
  • The letter was addressed to Dahlia Fleming. (22)
  • Robert waved Dahlia and Rhoda to speed homeward. (10)
  • Robert waved Dahlia and Rhoda to speed homeward. (22)
  • Then, for the third time, she told him of Dahlia. (22)
  • Dahlia was knitting some article of feminine gear. (10)
  • Dahlia was knitting some article of feminine gear. (22)
  • Dahlia took her softly by the neck, and kissed her. (22)
  • Dahlia struggled feebly as against a weight of chains. (10)
  • Dahlia gasped, and the tears came pouring down her face. (22)
  • She had spoken willingly and in deep sympathy of Dahlia. (22)
  • Dahlia looked at the window-blinds and at the candlelight. (22)
  • Dahlia, with her ears stretching for all that might be uttered, heard this. (22)
  • Rhoda kissed his cheeks and whispered for tidings of Dahlia. (22)
  • Already he looked back upon Dahlia from a prodigious distance. (10)
  • The number of the house where he was to find Dahlia was seven. (22)
  • It was his wish that Dahlia should keep silence concerning him. (22)
  • Robert related the tale of Dahlia, and of his doings at Fairly. (10)
  • Dahlia, will you do me the favour to speak two or three words with me before I go? (22)
  • And would not her heart melt when at last Dahlia did get her voice? (10)
  • Bending his eyes now upon Dahlia, a mist of affection grew in them. (10)
  • Edward had three interviews with Dahlia; he wrote to her as many times. (22)
  • To live here in forgetfulness with Dahlia was the limit of her desires. (22)
  • Just, also, to his family; to his possible posterity; and just to Dahlia. (10)
  • Probably Edward happened to be at the Bank when fair Dahlia paid her visit. (22)
  • Her brain was beating at the mystery and misery wherein Dahlia lay engulfed. (10)
  • Robert talked to her exactly as he had talked to Dahlia, on the like occasion. (10)
  • Dahlia kept her head down, replying; and his observation of her wavered uneasily. (10)
  • She beheld her sister indeed, but not the broken Dahlia from whom she had parted. (10)
  • Yet the inspection convinced him that he beheld Dahlia, his remembering the niece. (22)
  • Her fear was that Dahlia might hear them too, his pleading for Edward was so hearty. (22)
  • Soon afterward Mr. Fleming took his daughter Dahlia from the house and out of London. (10)
  • Dahlia smiled a glittering tenderness too evidently deceitful in part, but quite subduing. (10)
  • When Anthony was ready to speak of her Dahlia, she obtruded this question in utter dolefulness. (10)
  • She went upstairs to Dahlia, simply stating that their father was aware of all the circumstances. (22)
  • Dahlia struck the letter into her bosom again, and her starved features had some of the bloom of life. (10)
  • Robert strode over him, and taking Dahlia by the elbow, walked three paces on, as to set her in motion. (10)
  • She liked a bulk of colour; and when the dahlia dawned upon our gardens, she gave her heart to dahlias. (10)
  • Dahlia took from her bosom the letter she had won in the morning, and held it open in both hands to read it. (10)
  • Dahlia, seeing that every one moved away from her, whispering with satisfied noddings, wished to draw her in among the groups. (10)
  • It was best that her sister should be away, and she turned and walked swiftly, hurrying Dahlia, and touching her. (10)
  • He had taken Dahlia to his lodgings, whither, when free from Edward, Rhoda proceeded in a mood of extreme sternness. (10)
  • He had taken Dahlia to his lodgings, whither, when free from Edward, Rhoda proceeded in a mood of extreme sternness. (22)
  • She fancied Dahlia to have meant, perhaps, that she was Dahlia to her as of old, and not a stranger. (10)
  • He pretended to suppose that Dahlia, whose only reproach to him was her suffering, participated in the scheme to worry him. (10)
  • He pretended to suppose that Dahlia, whose only reproach to him was her suffering, participated in the scheme to worry him. (22)
  • Rhoda stood eyeing Dahlia, nerved to battle against the contents of that letter, though in the first conflict she had been beaten. (10)
  • Rhoda stood eyeing Dahlia, nerved to battle against the contents of that letter, though in the first conflict she had been beaten. (22)
  • Dahlia gathered her shawl close, and set an irresolute hand upon her bonnet strings, that moved as if it had forgotten its purpose. (10)
  • Say, Dahlia was false, and repents, and has worked with her needle to subsist, and can, and will, for her soul strives to be clean. (22)

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Definition of dahlia:

  • dahlia, dl’i-a, n. a genus of garden plants with large flowers. (0)

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