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

  • La, la! (8)
  • La, Conventions? (8)
  • La Valse! (8)
  • I appear at La Scala. (10)
  • Toujours la porcelaine! (10)
  • And I detest la Vittoria. (10)
  • M. de la Luzerne had rare social tact. (18)
  • La la-la-la la-la la la! (8)
  • La vie en Angleterre est comme un marais. (10)
  • He had not mentioned it to Madame la Marquise. (10)
  • I do not think that la Vittoria is quite idle. (10)
  • Talking of La Fère put us talking of the reservists. (2)
  • Dear friend, I am so glad you remember La Roche Guyon. (10)
  • But La Salle was not the kind of man to be discouraged. (19)
  • He was followed, but not molested, on his way to La Scala. (10)
  • Madame la Marquise, your eyes are sweeter to me than celestial. (10)
  • La Fitte, you know how it is when you have to trust to servants. (18)
  • But La Salle, though he never would admit the fact, was no sailor. (19)
  • From this time forward Charnisay and De la Tour were sworn enemies. (19)
  • The valley below La Vernède pleased me more and more as I went forward. (2)
  • They passed the Lake St. Louis; the La Chin; rapids flashed into sight. (9)
  • It remained for the elder De la Tour to break the glad news to his son. (19)
  • La Salle was murdered and his corpse flung to the jackals and vultures. (19)
  • Ce qui est bien la preuve que je ne la connaissais pas! (10)
  • Ce qui est bien la preuve que je ne la connaissais pas! (22)
  • Hence perhaps the name which distinguished her la Lazzeruola (crab apple). (10)
  • La Fitte rested until nightfall when darkness would conceal his movements. (18)
  • We must now, for a little while, leave Charles de la Tour and his fortunes. (19)
  • As for the Hôtel de la Navigation, I think it is the worst feature of the place. (2)
  • But nowadays, when everything is served a la Russe, he might as well be abolished. (9)
  • When these things happened, in the year 1654, De la Tour was long past his prime. (19)
  • Why did the name of la Lazzeruola come in advance of la Vittoria? (10)
  • In this laudable mood and the Place de la Concorde he was nearly run down three times. (8)
  • Such a one was close at hand in the person of Réné Robert Cavelier, Sieur de la Salle. (19)
  • The ship suffered delay after delay ere, to her joy, Fort la Tour at length was reached. (19)
  • Long before his death, in 1666, Charles de la Tour sold out his interests to his partners. (19)
  • The artillery were practicing at La Fère, and soon the cannon of heaven joined in that loud play. (2)
  • But Pierre La Fitte was none other than Roderick Barclugh on his mission for the King of England. (18)
  • To reach that ship was now the hope of De la Tour and his wife, no whit less valiant than himself. (19)
  • Governor la Barre, as you have heard, was an altogether different sort of man from Count Frontenac. (19)
  • But none knew better than De la Tour that there could be no lasting truce between him and Charnisay. (19)
  • While his wife went to France to obtain help, the brave Charles set about strengthening Fort la Tour. (19)
  • Frontenac, La Salle, and the others still cherished in their hearts a vision of a short route to China. (19)
  • He was harsh of eye and tongue, not like the gentle youth she had been torn from at the door of La Scala. (10)
  • As Sir Charles de la Tour he obtained audience of the Lord Protector and stated his case fully and frankly. (19)
  • For, while La Salle had been absent, after years of peace, the restless Iroquois had dug up the war-hatchet. (19)
  • It was but a humble place, called La Vernède, with less than a dozen houses, and a Protestant chapel on a knoll. (2)
  • Vittoria and her mother lodged at the house of one Zotti, a confectioner, dwelling between the Duomo and La Scala. (10)
  • He could hardly be deceived so far as to imagine that Madame la Marquise would visit me, such as I am, as my guest. (10)
  • Then La Pérouse sailed away for York Factory, which at this time was garrisoned by sixty English and twelve Indians. (19)
  • De la Tour, being a Protestant of noble birth and of charming manners, was well received in London, and made much of. (19)
  • La Salle took possession of the country for the King, and bestowed upon it the name, in his honour, of {112} Louisiana. (19)
  • A force of 900 men being raised, La Barre himself led them to the land of the Senecas on the south side of Lake Ontario. (19)
  • I heard the chasseur saying at the door of La Scala that he had the night-pass for the city gates and orders for the Tyrol. (10)
  • Mrs. Arnold at once addressed herself to Roderick Barclugh and the General to M. de la Luzerne, who had just joined the group. (18)
  • Instead of the dignity of command, La Barre wheedled their deputies, sending them away from {123} Montreal loaded with presents. (19)
  • Last night I was evading the sbirri in this disguise by the private door of La Scala, from which I expected Carlo to come forth. (10)
  • Still undaunted by these terrible reverses, next year the Marquis de la {178} Jonquière made another attempt with another fleet. (19)
  • But the next day, in a certain hamlet called La Jussière, he stopped to drink a glass of syrup in a very poor, bare drinking-shop. (2)
  • Provisions and clothing that should have gone to the hungry, shivering French soldiers were sold at La Friponne to reap a profit. (19)
  • At last the path crossed the Chassezac upon a bridge, and, forsaking this deep hollow, set itself to cross the mountain of La Goulet. (2)
  • Once in his hands, La Salle tore it down, built a stronger one of stone, and rechristened it in honour of his patron, Fort Frontenac. (19)
  • The next night, therefore, De la Tour and his lady slipped unperceived into a waiting boat and rowed with muffled oars through the blockade. (19)
  • The expedition intended for the Dutch was turned against the French in Acadia, and both De la Tour and Le Borgne were compelled to surrender. (19)
  • So while the Marquis de la Jonquière languished in an English prison, the acting Governor-General of Canada, Galissonière, was kept extremely busy. (19)
  • The official part of his visit being terminated, the colonel addressed some questions to the duchess concerning the night of the famous Fifteenth at La Scala. (10)

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Definition of la:

  • la, lä, interj. lo! see! behold! ah! indeed! | n. (_mus._) in solmisation, the syllable used for the sixth tone of the scale. (0)

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