Sentence for extinct | Use extinct in a sentence

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

  • Anderson.—The Story of Extinct Civilizations. (3)
  • They were types of a class now, I fear, almost extinct. (7)
  • Crackers and Coons alike are long extinct, and these are their successors. (7)
  • The former had long been conquering, but the latter were far from extinct. (10)
  • The hope of seeing Diana had abandoned him, the desire was almost extinct. (10)
  • And shall a woman, that extinct, Smite out of dust the Powerful who breathes? (10)
  • Do you consider that virulent Pagan Goddesses and the flying torch-furies are extinct? (10)
  • The taste had gone, the desire of the vengeance was extinct, personal gratification could not exist. (10)
  • And Callistes to her beneath, As she to our beams, extinct, Strained arms: he was shade of her shade. (10)
  • And he would sit for long spells brooding, his paper unread before him, a cigar extinct between his lips. (8)
  • He was learning the trick from this other one, who had become obscured and diminished, tainted, to the thought of her; yet not extinct. (10)
  • But Summerhay still stood, not taking in at all the reflected image of his frowning, rueful face, and of the cigar extinct between his lips. (8)

Also see sentences for: dead, deceased, defunct, departed, inanimate, lifeless.

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