Sentence for encouragement | Use encouragement in a sentence

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  • Encouragement should be given. (4)
  • Ineffectual is that encouragement. (10)
  • I gave him no encouragement yesterday. (4)
  • It was all good-humour and encouragement. (4)
  • But Kuni would not have needed such encouragement. (5)
  • One can see that she feels the want of encouragement. (4)
  • Bear in mind, that he underwent the reverse of encouragement. (10)
  • He won sympathy, but Roland could not give him encouragement. (10)
  • I needed encouragement to go out and win more glory for our cause. (18)
  • Miss Crawford made us laugh by her plans of encouragement for her brother. (4)
  • It was poor encouragement to shoulder and elbow your way from a hovel to a mansion! (10)
  • Her mother took a crazy encouragement from her return to her old way of saying things. (9)
  • His lifted chest and nostrils were for the encouragement of Nataly to soar beside him. (10)
  • With such encouragement, Catherine hoped at least to pass uncensured through the crowd. (4)
  • What encouragement had she given to Algernon, that Lord Suckling should be jealous of him? (10)
  • What encouragement had she given to Algernon, that Lord Suckling should be jealous of him? (22)
  • Upon the encouragement given him by Ellen, Boyne seized the chance of being of the opposition. (9)
  • On such encouragement to ask, Elizabeth was forced to put it out of her power, by running away. (4)
  • And it was but half an hour before he left Bath that you gave him the most positive encouragement. (4)
  • He trundled off to Paris or Vienna with that queer machine of his, and got some encouragement over there. (13)
  • She would have wished to say, for small encouragement she would have said, that her case could be pleaded. (10)
  • She was pleased with him, and let him see it, for the encouragement of a husband in the observance of his duties. (10)
  • It was an encouragement of vice; and had I been the rector of Longbourn, I should very strenuously have opposed it. (4)
  • It was possible that you might retain the feelings of the past, as I did; and one encouragement happened to be mine. (4)
  • At this, which was far from being intended as encouragement, the waters of speech broke up and flowed from Mrs. Hughs. (8)
  • The morning after his return he had, in fact, a gleam of luck that gave him the greatest encouragement for the moment. (9)
  • Sympathy we need, of course, and encouragement; but I am not sure that the lack of these is not a very good thing, too. (9)
  • There was no meanness there, but neither was there encouragement in that comprehensive brow with its wide sweep of hair. (8)
  • It was very reassuring, it was every thing hopeful; but when she had read it she gave it to the vice-consul for encouragement. (9)
  • A little harmless flirtation or so will occur, and one is often drawn on to give more encouragement than one wishes to stand by. (4)
  • She did not mean to have her own affections entangled again, and it would be incumbent on her to avoid any encouragement of his. (4)
  • This he considered sufficient encouragement; and the avowal of all that he felt, and had long felt for her, immediately followed. (4)
  • He was not only generous of money, but he was generous of himself, when he thought he could be of use, or merely of encouragement. (9)
  • Some reached over and patted my sides, others spoke words of encouragement and praise, and all had a look of profound veneration. (21)
  • Everything was said that could encourage, every encouragement received with grateful joy, and the gentlemen parted the best of friends. (4)
  • The quadrant, of such benefit to mariners and explorers, was invented by an artisan under the encouragement of Greydon, at Dorminghurst. (18)
  • But there was a very pretty line of dead continually growing in our rear, and doubtless the enemy had at his back a similar encouragement. (7)
  • Her behaviour to Sir James certainly speaks the greatest consciousness and embarrassment, but I see nothing in it more like encouragement. (4)
  • He had always had a special protective feeling for Audrey Noel, a feeling which with but little encouragement might have become something warmer. (8)
  • He was not intending, however, by such action, to be conveying to her that unqualified approbation and encouragement which her hopes drew from it. (4)
  • The whole woman was urged to delirious recklessness in happiness, and she drank the flying scenery as an indication, a likeness, an encouragement. (10)
  • I was therefore received in Lalugnan with hospitality and given every encouragement in prosecuting my researches into the history and intellectual life of the people. (7)

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