Sentence for do | Use do in a sentence

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

  • Nor do I. (8)
  • Do come, Mrs. (9)
  • Do look at it. (4)
  • What shall I do? (9)
  • Do you drink it? (10)
  • Why do you hate him? (8)
  • That will do us good. (8)
  • But that would not do. (4)
  • Why do you torture me? (10)
  • Do I imagine it clearly? (9)
  • I do everything for you. (9)
  • It appear he do like it. (10)
  • I do not want to lose you. (10)
  • Monsieur, do you know this? (8)
  • I do my utmost for privacy. (10)
  • No, do not speak of beauty. (12)
  • He can do it, if he wants to. (9)
  • Or, that would not do, either. (9)
  • I will do great things for you. (8)
  • Late hours do not agree with us. (4)
  • But any morning will do for this. (4)
  • To do nothing is unworthy of a man! (8)
  • I would do anything for you, Mother. (8)
  • What do you want with that whiskey? (13)
  • What should he do if she failed him? (8)
  • Why do your eyes look so mournfully at me? (10)
  • Have a sleep on it, John, before you do anything. (8)
  • Do you pretend that it is her wish not to see me? (22)
  • Do you know, I think I am older than your brother! (10)
  • Do you know that your pockets are one enormous hole? (8)
  • I do not seek, for I have not deserved, your pardon. (10)
  • Some day you may have a chance to do him a good turn. (9)
  • I do think one must take things as they are, Dad dear. (8)
  • He determined to do all he could to regain his favour. (10)
  • To grow and reach the hour of summer; all must do that! (8)
  • They do not weep thus who have a heart for the struggle. (10)
  • Something surely we do, or we should not be where we are. (10)
  • And that good thing Mrs. Shorne was willing to do for Rose. (10)
  • Perhaps you will feel, as I do, that the incident is closed. (9)
  • Richard said I hope I do not hang down my head as she does. (10)
  • You know us well enough to understand what patience will do. (10)
  • I believe I could go with him anywhere, and do anything he wanted. (8)
  • The Chief will tell you that we must all serve now, and all do our best. (10)
  • Indeed, I dare do no more than hint at these mysteries of feminine emotion. (10)
  • Do not imagine that you can cope with me in a knowledge of Julias and Louisas. (4)
  • Do not pay too much attention to my Jeremiads; you know what a pessimist I am. (8)
  • He had talked of the man too much, too enthusiastically, to be able to do so. (10)
  • On the contents of that letter depended all which this world could do for her. (4)
  • Why do you think it matters so terribly that Jon should know about his mother? (8)
  • But I do flatter myself, my dear Jane, that my influence is not entirely worn out. (4)
  • At least it is perfectly true that I do not look with the same eyes on my country. (10)
  • Do you like your blonde with limpid blue eyes, or prefer an endowment of sunny hazel? (22)
  • I should like to see Emma in love, and in some doubt of a return; it would do her good. (4)
  • Colonel Forster will, I dare say, do everything in his power to satisfy us on this head. (4)
  • We had all we could do to keep the boats from being blown bodily along the rough beach. (20)
  • Yes, yes; the mother, of course, is an improper person to have anything to do with them. (8)
  • It was pleasing to hear him speak so properly; here he had been acting as he ought to do. (4)
  • They draw together, as people do, discussing the misfortunes of members of their families. (8)
  • Your sweetness and disinterestedness are really angelic; I do not know what to say to you. (4)
  • I do not want to add to anything you may now be feeling, by an account of what he has felt. (4)
  • No one knows anything about it, and I have spoken to no one; nor did Ruth do so, I am sure. (12)
  • Do you think Henry will claim the necklace as mine, and fancy you did not come honestly by it? (4)
  • What do you imagine would happen to the Royal Family if they were allowed to marry as they liked? (8)
  • She will be cured by-and-by of that coveting of everything that I do, feel, think, dream, imagine . (10)
  • Memory heaps dead leaves on corpse-like deeds, from under which they do but vaguely offend the sense. (8)
  • While I have the chance, therefore, I must do homage…. You will always be the fixed star for my worship. (8)
  • The absolute necessity of seeming like herself produced then an immediate struggle; but after a while she could do no more. (4)
  • He gave us his card and invited us to sup with him on the spot, very neatly, very gracefully, as Frenchmen can do these things. (2)
  • They talked of Europe, and Mrs. Pasmer said where they would live and what they would do when they all got back there together. (9)
  • It came, indeed, so easily from the pen that I had the misgiving which I always have of things which do not cost me great trouble. (9)
  • Prisoners of long date do not hope; they do not calculate: air, light, they say; to breathe freely and drop down! (10)
  • Vernon is a man who would do fifty times more with a companion appreciating his abilities and making light of his little deficiencies. (10)
  • His renewed enslavement set him perusing his tyrant keenly, as nauseated captives do; and he saw, that forgiveness was beside the case. (10)
  • Yet he thought less of the practical detail of the transaction than of certain specious considerations concerning the morality of what he was going to do. (13)

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