Sentence for gift | Use gift in a sentence

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

  • It was a gift of his. (10)
  • The gift was too valuable. (4)
  • Her gift had been accepted. (5)
  • Is a good gift to be refused? (10)
  • You have the gift, called fatal. (10)
  • Dared he reject the gift if true? (10)
  • Swimming was a gift she had from nature. (10)
  • Patrick bowed, oppressed by the mighty gift. (10)
  • That must be a natal gift in the Comic poet. (10)
  • My gift of the horse appeared to anger him most. (10)
  • I had to thank him for the gift of fresh perceptions. (10)
  • The smaller gift had touched her heart more tenderly. (22)
  • Because it was so poor a gift, and so unworthy of him. (10)
  • She renounced the kindly meant gift of her only friend. (5)
  • For so he interpreted the gift of ten thousand dollars! (13)
  • As it has empires in its gift, so may it have heiresses. (10)
  • We are asking a young lady for the precious gift of her hand. (10)
  • If necessary we can go to a notary and make out a deed of gift. (12)
  • It is surely a delightful gift to be made happy as easily as she. (14)
  • And he, who had not much gift of insight, had suddenly a gleam of vision. (8)
  • This breath, her gift, has only choice Of service, breathe we in or out. (10)
  • And she too frequently hit the fact to doubt her gift of reading into them. (10)
  • She sought the establishment of human relations and the gift of confidence. (12)
  • Greta, under forfeit of a kiss, was bound to tell the giver by the feel of the gift. (8)
  • She came to him, he declined the gift, and you were turned into the curtain for them. (10)
  • Had it been possible, she would have returned the gift as she did the alms at Augsburg. (5)
  • He reminded himself that Renee, unlike her countrywomen, had no gift for writing letters. (10)
  • He wanted the christening gift, which Frau Schurstab had forgotten to take for the infant. (5)
  • Amongst the Hurons was a tall chief famous for his prowess in war and his gift of eloquence. (19)
  • I did not see him again, and I am not sure now that his gift was very distinct or very great. (9)
  • Had he been bewitched into that queer state, bewitched by the gift of that flower in his coat? (8)
  • Behold it as the donkey of a tipsy costermonger, obedient to go without the gift of expression. (10)
  • The woman yielded: lacking the gift of humor she could not hold out against his kindly badinage. (1)
  • Jackson was in high spirits, telling Irish stories, a social gift which he had recently cultivated. (13)
  • She spoke long and vehemently, using irony, coarse and fine, with the eloquence which was her gift. (10)
  • Our diplomacy, after dancing with all the suppleness of stilts, gravely resigned the gift of motion. (10)
  • Think of her as raw, she has the gift of rareness: forget the donkey obstinacy, her character grasps. (10)
  • In the meantime, it looks as if the king and his generals had made up their mind not to accept the gift. (10)
  • It is when you know them that life is either a mockery to you, or, as some find it, a gift of blessedness. (10)
  • Still, his gift was essentially lyrical and meditative, with the universal New England tendency to allegory. (9)
  • It is false to imagine that schemers and workers in the dark are destitute of the saving gift of conscience. (10)
  • He remembered that the Powers Jackson gift for a school would call sooner or later for a large public building. (13)
  • It was pretty sure to be an unselfish end, a pleasure to some one dear to him, a gift that he had wished to make. (9)
  • It is a gift that may now and then be the ruin of promising youths, though as a rule they find it helpful enough. (10)
  • It is a gift that may now and then be the ruin of promising youths, though as a rule they find it helpful enough. (22)
  • A gift of money, he said shrewdly, was a singularly weak method of inducing a man to stop the suit of a life-time. (10)
  • It must be allowed him that in prose as well he had the inventive gift, but he had it in verse far more importantly. (9)
  • She took a jewelled ring, his gift, from her purse, and kissed it, and drew it on and off her finger, leaving it on. (10)
  • She spoke very readily, not too much, and had the rare gift of being able to speak fluently with a smile on the mouth. (10)
  • He has the priceless gift of making each nationality, each personality, believe that he is devoted to its service alone. (9)
  • Strange to consider: with all his precious gifts, which must make the gift of life thrice dear to him, he was fearless. (10)
  • Do not you know that this small condition of yours implies in its fulfilment hardly less than the gift of the whole earth? (9)
  • His generous gift of the endowment of triennial prizes to American composers is an admirable instance of his warm-heartedness. (3)
  • I will come myself, as soon as everything is ready here; and, after such a gift, foam-born Cypris will surely grant my petition. (5)
  • She believed that Evan had been wheedled by Rose into the acceptance of a small sum of money, in return for his egregious gift. (10)
  • The whole town was alive; the boughs, curled upward with their decking of young leaves, awaited some gift the breeze could bring. (8)
  • With this gift, if he trifled, or slid downward in any direction, he could right himself easily, as he satisfactorily conceived. (10)
  • With this gift, if he trifled, or slid downward in any direction, he could right himself easily, as he satisfactorily conceived. (22)
  • She is weak and inferior, but she has it; civilized men acknowledge it; and it is independent, or may be beside her gift of beauty. (10)
  • The heart of your loved Motherland, To them she loves as her own blood, This Flower of Ocean bears in hand, Assured of gift as good. (10)
  • She was a marvelous spinster; he had a rare gift of supplication, and was known among devout admirers by the name of Angelical Thomas. (2)
  • The name of the Seneca deputy at the peace conference was La Grande Gueule, or Big Jaw, so called from his gift of sustained eloquence. (19)
  • Now and then a bright shower fell, sprinkling the trees, where every twig was curling upwards as if waiting for the gift of its new leaves. (8)
  • Remember that well, for the secret with some, Who pray for no gift, but have cleansing in prayer, And free from impurities tower-like stand. (10)
  • Hollister and Pemberton had brought Judge Phillips with them, because he was in town and liked weddings and ought to send the pair a goodly gift. (13)
  • What a singular gift the fellow had of divesting things and people of their garments, of tearing away their veil of shams, and their phylacteries! (8)
  • Since nature has endowed them with this precious gift of discovering ideas in things, their work will be beautiful if they paint these as they appear. (9)
  • Miss Crawford smiled her perfect approbation; and hastened to complete the gift by putting the necklace round her, and making her see how well it looked. (4)

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Definition of gift:

  • gift, gift, n. a thing given: a bribe: a quality bestowed by nature: the act of giving. | v.t. to endow with any power or faculty. | adj. gift’ed, endowed by nature: intellectual. | ns. gift’-horse, a horse given as a gift; gift’ling, a little gift. | look a gift horse in the mouth, to criticise a gift. (0)

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