Sentence for dale | Use dale in a sentence

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  • Dear Mr. Dale! (10)
  • Jealousy of you, Miss Dale! (10)
  • Mr. Dale bowed. (10)
  • Mr. Dale inquired. (10)
  • I prepare Miss Dale. (10)
  • Mr. Dale shook his head. (10)
  • You have seen Miss Dale? (10)
  • Well, now, and Miss Dale. (10)
  • Mr. Dale, please, wake up. (10)
  • Miss Dale and I talk about him. (10)
  • Willoughby hurried to Mr. Dale. (10)
  • Miss Dale took possession of him. (10)
  • Mr. Dale turned to Sir Willoughby. (10)
  • Mr. Dale tried to protest something. (10)
  • She will live and die Laetitia Dale. (10)
  • De Craye wished to look at Miss Dale. (10)
  • Mr. Dale gulped a ball in his throat. (10)
  • Mr. Dale struck his hands in a clasp. (10)
  • Now Miss Dale will soon lose her father. (10)
  • Mr. Dale made sign that he was overfilled. (10)
  • Miss Dale, pursuing her theme with the Rev. (10)
  • In point of fact, to be brief, Miss Dale and I . (10)
  • To love like Laetitia Dale, was a current phrase. (10)
  • We have Miss Dale this evening for a week or two. (10)
  • I think, my dear Miss Dale, you have my character. (10)
  • Mr. Dale spelled these words to his understanding. (10)
  • Miss Dale regards me as the happiest woman on earth. (10)
  • The library door was opened at midnight by Miss Dale. (10)
  • And pray, Mr. Dale, how did Dr. Middleton speak of it? (10)
  • The ladies Eleanor and Isabel and Miss Dale were consulted. (10)
  • Clara protested that she was engaged to walk with Miss Dale. (10)
  • Mr. Dale put out an imploring hand; it was too much for him. (10)
  • Excepting Miss Dale and Dr. Middleton, none had slept a wink. (10)
  • Clara Middleton did not study and know him like Laetitia Dale. (10)
  • And about Miss Dale, when she says a thing, there it is, clear. (10)
  • By what he said of Miss Dale, he proposed that lady for imitation. (10)
  • Mr. Dale sank into a chair, unable to resist the hand forcing him. (10)
  • He has, or he had, what is called a sneaking affection for Miss Dale. (10)
  • Mr. Dale then produced the first serious impression she had received. (10)
  • Well, and I sounded Miss Dale, and there will be no violent obstacle. (10)
  • Mr. Dale gave the mild little sniff of a man thrown deeper into perplexity. (10)
  • Hereupon Dr. Corney appeared; and his name had a bracing effect on Mr. Dale. (10)
  • Mr. Dale swept a perspiring forehead, and extended his hand in supplication. (10)
  • He was faithful in his affection: Laetitia Dale was beneath his roof to prove it. (10)
  • Mr. Dale was confounded; the weakly sapling caught in a gust falls back as he did. (10)
  • Consequently, there was no longer an obstacle between Sir Willoughby and Miss Dale. (10)
  • Miss Dale had found Colonel De Craye in company with Miss Middleton at her gateway. (10)
  • I repeat, you have no need of town if you have friends like Laetitia Dale within call. (10)
  • She waited, expecting Miss Dale to return; then undressed, went to bed, tried to sleep. (10)
  • There are times when, I confess, I require a Laetitia Dale to bring me out, give and take. (10)
  • Mr. Dale had shown by signs that he was growing fretfully restive under his burden of doubt. (10)
  • The ladies Eleanor and Isabel were sitting with Miss Dale, all three at work on embroideries. (10)
  • To tell truth, she felt vivacious in a moderate way with Willoughby after seeing him with Miss Dale. (10)
  • Mr. Dale gazed upward, with the feelings of one awakened late to see a world alive in broad daylight. (10)
  • His growing acquaintance with the world taught him to put an increasing price on the sentiments of Miss Dale. (10)
  • Miss Dale seconded Vernon Whitford in the occupation of counting looks and tones, and noting scraps of dialogue. (10)
  • This he said imperatively, adding that such was the meaning of the news she had received relating to Laetitia Dale. (10)
  • A clear approach to felicity had long been the portion of Sir Willoughby Patterne in his relations with Laetitia Dale. (10)
  • For a second or so it was pleasing, as a glance out of his library across hill and dale will be to a strained student. (10)
  • When the pain was easier he muffled himself in the idea of her jealousy of Laetitia Dale, and deemed the wish a fiction. (10)
  • A maid came to the gate, and upon her steps appeared Miss Dale, who flung herself at Crossjay, mingling kisses and reproaches. (10)
  • She said it to Willoughby, Miss Dale, Colonel De Craye, and only the third time was she aware of the delicious double meaning. (10)
  • There was nothing to reassure her save the vision of the panic amazement of his face at her persistency in speaking of Miss Dale. (10)
  • Miss Dale retired thinking how like she and Vernon were to one another in the toneless condition they had achieved through sorrow. (10)
  • Lady Busshe crossed the room to Mr. Dale, who was turning over leaves of a grand book of the heraldic devices of our great Families. (10)
  • Vernon had been driven off by Dr. Corney, who further recommended rest for Mr. Dale, and promised to keep an eye for Crossjay along the road. (10)
  • Peridon and Catkin pertained to their genial picture of the dear sweet nest in life; a dale never traversed by the withering breath they dreaded. (10)

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Definition of dale:

  • dale, dl, dell, del, n. the low ground between hills: the valley through which a river flows. | n. dales’man, specifically, an inhabitant of the dales of the lake district. (0)

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