Sentence for ideas | Use ideas in a sentence

Sentences with ideas in them. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use ideas in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for ideas.

  • He has such large ideas! (13)
  • If you will have such ideas! (4)
  • What a revolution in her ideas! (4)
  • I have my ideas. (10)
  • How she thanked him for his prompt ideas! (10)
  • A stranger, a man of evil, with monstrous ideas! (10)
  • His ideas turned to subterfuge. (10)
  • He is going to unfold ideas to us. (10)
  • They will have formed their ideas. (10)
  • New ideas were set revolving in her. (10)
  • Her ideas only varied as to the how much. (4)
  • It depends upon ideas mainly, that does. (22)
  • Your ideas are only more noble than mine. (4)
  • She dealt in the flashes which connect ideas. (10)
  • Speculation and ideas did not affect social usage. (8)
  • The man tempts me to the wickedest Frenchy ideas. (10)
  • She also has ideas about the rights of the people. (18)
  • I could see her ideas flutter like birds to escape me. (10)
  • Her ideas were anywhere but with the dream of a husband. (10)
  • What does a woman want with ideas, who can do thus much? (10)
  • These painful ideas crossed her mind, though she said nothing. (4)
  • Her ideas on this point would have been different in the room. (10)
  • He came back, it is true, with the boat, but I have my own ideas. (10)
  • Think a little upon the ideas of unpatriotic Celts regarding him. (10)
  • The thought, mingling with a rush of emotion, made his ideas spin. (10)
  • She has lost any power she may have had of grasping abstract ideas. (10)
  • I write of her in the style consonant to my ideas of her at the time. (10)
  • I want the practical Englishman to settle his muzzle in a nosebag of ideas. (10)
  • Two ideas were opposed like duellists bent on the slaughter of one another. (10)
  • It makes me wretched that you should be divided from me in your ideas of him. (10)
  • She brings me nearer ideas of my own, not yet examined, than any one else does. (10)
  • Only one hates to feel that his ideas are wasted on such stuff as this is made of. (13)
  • They were two; and a slower-witted third was travelling to his ideas on the subject. (10)
  • Allowances, large allowances, she knew, must be made for the ideas of those who spoke. (4)
  • There is in everything a most remarkable resemblance of character and ideas between us. (4)
  • Dr. Everest, however, was far too wary an educator to commit himself to positive ideas. (13)
  • Her prudent mother, occupied by the same ideas, forbore to invite him to sit by herself. (4)
  • The painter, who seemed to feel the wind blowing cold on his ideas, shrugged his shoulders. (8)
  • On these inspired occasions, Robert presented the form of a malignant serpent in her ideas. (10)
  • When my filleule first drove into Dayton she had some singularly audacious ideas of her own. (10)
  • They first talked over the book together, and ideas were struck out in the encounter of minds. (2)
  • That is, if you have no ideas about prosecuting a certain enterprise which I should not abandon. (10)
  • The noise of the engagement merely silenced him; recluse invalids cling obstinately to their ideas. (10)
  • One could firmly believe in their friendship, and his winning ideas from the abounding bubbling well. (10)
  • Their ideas seem to have a special relationship in the peculiarity of stopping where they have begun. (10)
  • Suddenly ideas came to her, things she wished to say, things that seemed to her very important to say. (13)
  • City clubs and Saturday lunch clubs are formed to listen to facts and ideas tabooed by the daily press. (16)
  • Sensations pricked at ideas, and immediately left them to account for their existence as they best could. (10)
  • Clear ideas of satisfaction had left him and resolved to a boiling geysir of indistinguishable transports. (10)
  • The House and the country are the sentient frame governing the mind of the politician more than his ideas. (10)
  • Her ideas reverted to Sir Willoughby, and at once they had no more cohesion than the foam on a torrent-water. (10)
  • But it all happened, and Lapham promptly developed his ideas of black walnut finish, high studding, and cornices. (9)
  • The woman to share and practically to aid in developing such ideas is not easily found: that he left as implied. (10)
  • His collar-bone was found to be dislocated, and such injury received in the back, as roused the most alarming ideas. (4)
  • His more serious poems often contain ideas and the expression of moods which he handled better, I think, in his prose. (2)
  • She had no ideas, except such as related intimately to herself, and she had no gabble, like Mela; and she let him talk. (9)
  • Outdoor rustic people have not many ideas, but such as they have are hardy plants, and thrive flourishingly in persecution. (2)
  • I was obliged to offer up my father as a shield for Ottilia, lest false ideas should tarnish the image of her in their minds. (10)
  • A reflection of the ideas possessing me showed Riversley, my undecorated home of rough red brick, in the middle of barren heaths. (10)
  • Sir Austin had no glass before him while these ideas hardened in his mind, and he had rather forgotten the letter of Lady Blandish. (10)
  • Her vigilant considerateness had dealt the sensitive gentleman a shock, plainly telling him she had her ideas of his actual posture. (10)
  • He was kept busy these days by consultations with the trustees and the director of the school, getting their ideas about the building. (13)
  • Vast sums of money are expended to procure these strange evidences of the personal worth of candidates and the political sanity of ideas. (7)
  • Habit made him, on this occasion, respond instantly; but the opening of the gates displayed the confusion of ideas within and the rageing tumult. (10)
  • He gave her a definition of personal duty, and shadowed out all her own ideas on the subject; seeming thus to speak terrible, unanswerable truth. (10)
  • But strange ideas would come, and he was discontented with himself; the conversation he had had, the personality of this young foreigner, disturbed him. (8)
  • The English more than any other nation have cultivated the dinner-table and the social meeting for the purpose of exchanging ideas regarding public affairs. (14)

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