Sentence for half | Use half in a sentence

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

  • Not half an hour ago. (9)
  • Nobody can be half guilty. (10)
  • Charley and I met half way. (10)
  • I was easy half a minute ago. (10)
  • Percy spoke, half meditating. (22)
  • Half an hour will set me right. (10)
  • The name was uttered half aloud. (10)
  • He was absent an hour and a half. (10)
  • I should not mind walking half the way. (4)
  • A decent chap would have offered me half. (8)
  • Your humorous rogue is not half so taking. (10)
  • I was there quite half an hour before they came. (8)
  • Be infinitely cleverer and not half so conceited. (4)
  • I assure you I did not above half like coming away. (4)
  • Luigi was to be paid the other half on his return. (10)
  • Mrs. Megan, will you too come back in half an hour? (8)
  • Within half an hour it was known all over Highbury. (4)
  • The half gasp of a laugh broke on her trembling lips. (10)
  • Half the scandal that goes about the village begins here. (8)
  • Mr. Polteed half closed his eyes, as if to comply at once. (8)
  • Night was on them like the mould On the buried half alive. (10)
  • The farmer was already half distracted from his suspicions. (22)
  • Half the money due to Chillon would have saved him from ruin. (10)
  • I have half written it twice, and am now going to begin again. (14)
  • The stable clock struck four; in half an hour she would be here. (8)
  • So awful did it seem to be denying her love with these half lies! (8)
  • But if he had valued you half a grain less, he might have won you. (10)
  • We left it with reluctance before we had seen half of its beauties. (20)
  • Three hours and and a half indeed coming only three and twenty miles! (4)
  • Half an hour later I was in the yard, when up came this fellow Pearse. (8)
  • It rained dreadfully hard for half an hour while we were at breakfast. (4)
  • There were half a dozen other reporters in the car busy with their work. (9)
  • Although nearly sixty years old, she is as lively as a woman half her age. (21)
  • It is highly unfit for you to sit, be it only half an hour a day, without a fire. (4)
  • She seldom listened to anybody for more than half a minute, and never attended to Mary at all. (4)
  • He had just heard Herr Johannes welcomed among the officers by a name that half paralyzed him. (10)
  • Their filmy blue, half overflown with grey by age, was poignant while the fire in them lasted. (10)
  • His conception of the ideal wife was not that of one from whom the half of life must be excluded. (8)
  • Noel had a look on her face, half dazed, half proud, which touched, yet vexed him. (8)
  • Lady Camper tossed her head, half closing her eyes, with a contraction of the brows, as if in pain. (10)
  • He poured a little runlet of half laughter over her head, of the sound assumed by genial compassion. (10)
  • Jon reached Paddington station half an hour before his time and a full week after, as it seemed to him. (8)
  • The old days, her school, the little half grown-up dances she used to go to, when everything was happy. (8)
  • And that benignant disposition commonly survives until his first year in office is more than half gone. (16)
  • For that matter, in all but blood we Lenkensteins are half Italian, except when Italy menaces the empire. (10)
  • It was a low iron door, half the height of a man, in the wall near their room, and it yielded to his pull. (9)
  • Jeff leaned back against the wall with the plate in his hand and laughed till it half slipped from his hold. (9)
  • Below the frontier the river narrows to half its width, and the speed of the current increases in proportion. (20)
  • Indeed, half her ears, she soon found out, were quite enough to deal with Colonel Martlett and Sir John Fanfar. (8)
  • He pressed at his misty eyes, half under the impression that she was taking a succession of dazzling leaps in air. (10)
  • Rhoda half lifted her head; the slight tone of a change to tenderness swelled the gulfs of pity, and she wept aloud. (22)
  • I was sitting about half an hour ago with Sir James in the breakfast parlour, when my brother called me out of the room. (4)
  • But he was at least in for it half a leg; and a desperate maiden, on the criminal side of thirty, may make much of that. (10)
  • She believed she had been foolish, but it had alarmed her, and she had been within half a minute of sending for Mr. Perry. (4)
  • She felt that half this folly must be drunkenness, and therefore could hope that it might belong only to the passing hour. (4)
  • Of course I said I would, and we were off half the time together, painting the loveliest and loneliest bits around Ponkwasset. (9)
  • I assure you, that if Darcy were not such a great tall fellow, in comparison with myself, I should not pay him half so much deference. (4)
  • This half destroyed her pleasure in the present, and the ample supply of money clouded her already disturbed peace of mind still more. (5)
  • He seemed astonished at the summons, and looked as if half wishing and half fearing to be softened by what I might say. (4)
  • Half an hour earlier it would have been a perilous condition to be traversing in the society of a closely scanning reader of fair faces. (10)
  • For half a century after the birth of the daily newspaper in America, one man did everything which fell under the head of editorial work. (16)
  • Never looked ploughman on prince, or village belle on Court Beauty, with half the envy poor nineteenth-century Hippias expended in his gaze on the Eighteenth. (10)

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