Sentence for eldest | Use eldest in a sentence

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

  • You are the eldest. (10)
  • And how old is the eldest? (8)
  • He had been, needless to say, an eldest son. (8)
  • The eldest was in the market, immensely admired. (10)
  • Her brother George, the eldest son, sat on her right. (8)
  • Taking out his watch, he went up to the eldest woman. (8)
  • And he puts his finger on the eldest, I can tell you. (10)
  • Here you are, eldest son of a family that stands for something. (8)
  • He got on best, or at least most evenly, with his eldest sister. (9)
  • Henry is the eldest, he was named after me, not after his father. (4)
  • I am so glad your eldest cousin is gone, that he may be Mr. Bertram again. (4)
  • The eldest of the sisters, she was the kindest, the fairest, the weakest. (10)
  • Mrs. Bennet had seen her eldest daughter much admired by the Netherfield party. (4)
  • Though her eldest son was thirty, she was, herself, still little more than fifty. (8)
  • Young Nicholas remarked in his mild voice that Nick (his eldest) was now going to drill regularly. (8)
  • Between the two eldest and herself especially, there subsisted a particular regard. (4)
  • The names of the two little ones seemed to be Sabina and Freda; of the eldest, Stella. (8)
  • The duke is the eldest son of Prince San Teodoro, one of the wealthiest noblemen of Naples. (10)
  • She then sought her eldest sister, who has undertaken to make inquiries on the same subject of Bingley. (4)
  • You are aware, Sir Guy tells me, that your cousin Guy has been received among us as the suitor of my eldest daughter. (6)
  • From that deep reverie the entrance of his son dragged him, followed very soon by that of Winifred and her two eldest. (8)
  • Arabella, the eldest, and Adela, the youngest, alternated Pole and Polar; but North Pole was shared by Cornelia with none. (10)
  • There was no great share of reverence in Barbara, but what little she possessed had always been kept for her eldest brother. (8)
  • And here Wilfrid was seized with a yawn, and rose, and asked his eldest sister if she meant to attend the service that morning. (10)
  • And on that horizon the citation of their eldest son to appear in the Divorce Court loomed like a cloud, heavy with destruction. (8)
  • It would be well for the eldest sister if she were equally satisfied with her situation, for a change is not very probable there. (4)
  • You must know that I have for these 4 or 5 Days past strongly suspected William of entertaining a partiality to my eldest Daughter. (4)
  • The hostess graciously took the arm of the eldest of the guests, Judge Shippen, and led the party to table in the spacious dining-hall. (18)
  • Some people are surprized, I believe, that the eldest was not, but Isabella would have him called Henry, which I thought very pretty of her. (4)

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