Sentence for figure | Use figure in a sentence

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  • She was an enigmatic figure. (8)
  • Beautiful figure, they could say. (10)
  • There was no white figure opposite now. (8)
  • He knew the art of airing a fine figure. (10)
  • The open doorway is darkened by a figure. (8)
  • They could see a figure on the path below. (8)
  • Barbara put her arm round the little figure. (8)
  • Whitwell laughed for joy in the bold figure. (9)
  • Harz saw a tall, bulky figure in the doorway. (8)
  • Yet, incomprehensibly, his figure was invisible. (8)
  • A figure moves from the lamp-post to the doorway. (8)
  • There comes a wandering figure to the open window. (8)
  • Aunt Juley rose to the full height of her tall figure. (8)
  • It died away; and at the window her white figure appeared. (8)
  • And say, what figure at her feet Is this that utters moan? (10)
  • In the discovery of her baseness, she had made a poor figure. (10)
  • She was girlish in her manner, and not imposing in her figure. (10)
  • Her sister was at the window, hanging her head low, a poor figure. (10)
  • One figure, however, not far from Soames, waited at the station door. (8)
  • Stalked ever such figure of fun For monarch in great-grin pantomime? (10)
  • That was not a figure of speech, when she said she felt buried alive. (10)
  • This gentleman, although a notable figure among miners, was not a miner. (1)
  • He looked back once or twice at her blue-clad figure standing very still. (8)
  • He will have to go altogether, unless we boldly figure him as other men. (10)
  • Hollow-backed buttresses carry vases, which figure for the stern lanterns. (2)
  • At 1 is shown a figure in the bass repeated in imitation a step higher at 2. (3)
  • Chief amongst them stands the noble figure of Tecumseh, leader of the Shawanoes. (19)
  • His face had darkened; his eyes were dilated, his whole figure seemed to have grown. (8)
  • The black, slow figure of a policeman moved noiselessly along the railings opposite. (8)
  • Then, dimly, just below him, on the steps of the front door, he saw a figure standing. (8)
  • He threw dignity into his retreating figure in response to the internal interrogation. (10)
  • To Cecilia her brother-in-law always seemed an amiable and more or less pathetic figure. (8)
  • Joy of life, serene, unconscious vigour, seemed to radiate from her whole face and figure. (8)
  • He was in the shadow of the house, so that it was impossible to discern much of his figure. (10)
  • Suddenly her dark busy eyes lighted on the figure of the little model strolling along again. (8)
  • That figure of deformity, made in the strife of the city, he no longer recognized to be his. (13)
  • He could not and subsiding in his chair sat glaring at the stiff, quiet figure of his daughter. (8)
  • There is a certain grace in his figure and movements; his clothes are nearly dropping off him.] (8)
  • The door was half open, and passing through it might be seen the petrified figure of a fine man. (10)
  • We knew him; he was a gallant horse; but it was the figure of the Prince Albrecht that was so fine. (10)
  • His real story, no doubt, was as different from that which I wove around his figure as night from day. (8)
  • She forbore to remind him in retort of his employment of metaphor when the figure served his purpose. (10)
  • St. Louis was for Nesta a figure in the rich hues of royal Saintship softened to homeliness by tears. (10)
  • All around there rose a rustling of skirts; he saw a tall figure mount the pulpit and stand motionless. (8)
  • Her figure swayed faintly, like the best kind of French figures; her dress, too, was a sort of French grey. (8)
  • James was stirred to the depths of his long thin figure; he had no idea his niece held such downright views. (8)
  • His long figure, somewhat carelessly garbed, attracted the usual attention, of which he was as usual unaware. (8)
  • Both Mollie and Mrs. Arnold were dancing in the first figure which was a complicated affair requiring eight couples. (18)
  • She went towards the door, and the little model pursued her figure with a long look, cringing, mutinous, and wistful. (8)
  • She was indeed a figure suggestive of open air and generous living, endowed with abundant energy, and not devoid of humour. (8)
  • But watching that red-cheeked, white-haired, somnolent figure, his smile was not so contemptuous as might have been expected. (8)
  • It was drizzling, but her tall, slight figure in the golf cape looked impervious to cold and rain amongst the shivering natives. (8)
  • Her teeth were tight down on her nether lip, and her whole figure had a strange look of awkwardness, she was so divided with anger. (10)
  • He saw a policeman, with a red face shining through the darkness, talking to a strange old figure like some aged and dishevelled bird. (8)
  • He hardly breathed, disturbed to his very depths by the young figure sitting by his side, and by the dread of showing that disturbance. (8)
  • Lady Middleton was not more than six or seven and twenty; her face was handsome, her figure tall and striking, and her address graceful. (4)
  • An interesting figure among them, and a man who has been called the first German clavier virtuoso, was =Johann Jacob Froberger= (1605-1667). (3)
  • The little figure seemed to grow and twine itself about that look like a sapling, and to lose its cold and suffering and sickness and fear. (12)
  • They, in their turn, glanced casually at his tall figure leaning against the parapet, not knowing how their fate was trembling in the balance. (8)
  • Under the starlight of the spring night there might be seen the figure of a man walking southward toward the black horizon of the great city. (13)
  • She saw a thin, high-shouldered figure, with bowed legs a little apart, rumpled sandy hair, a pale, freckled face, and little dark blinking eyes. (8)
  • Indeed they did not figure at all, they shrank, they withered, they were husks, together with the others for whom she had known passing weaknesses. (8)
  • They entered the boat silently among its drapery of lotuses, and the Veiled Figure ferried them over the stream that rippled not with their motion. (10)
  • Few passengers went by, and those who did edged away from the ponderous, wanton-eyed figure of lazy mischief lounging there, as neatly as they well could. (10)
  • Forthwith he set about painting Laetitia in delectable human colours, like a miniature of the past century, reserving her ideal figure for his private satisfaction. (10)
  • Frequently the dim figure of an individual soldier would be seen to spring away from his comrades, advancing alone toward that fateful interspace, with leveled bayonet. (7)

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