Sentence for mean | Use mean in a sentence

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

  • I did mean to. (8)
  • We are you mean. (8)
  • Do you mean this? (8)
  • What do you mean? (9)
  • You mean kindly. (10)
  • You mean the men. (8)
  • What did it mean? (10)
  • What does it mean? (8)
  • What does it mean? (9)
  • What can this mean? (6)
  • What did this mean? (8)
  • What do this mean? (10)
  • Do you mean business? (9)
  • You know what I mean. (9)
  • You know what I mean? (8)
  • You are not a mean man. (8)
  • Do you mean your Father? (8)
  • But what did Soames mean? (8)
  • What do you mean by that? (8)
  • Did she mean to be ironic? (8)
  • I mean, peculiarly small? (10)
  • She thought it a mean one. (10)
  • Think what that would mean. (8)
  • We cannot mean the same Mr. (4)
  • Oh, when you counsel me, think what you mean! (10)
  • What does it mean to him now? (12)
  • Was he as mean a thing as that? (13)
  • Did you mean it to serve as such? (22)
  • I mean, the virtue of impatience. (10)
  • What do you mean, General Triscoe? (9)
  • I do not know who or what you mean. (4)
  • I mean, of course, if it is necessary. (12)
  • He pretended to mean it, and started up. (10)
  • I mean that big vessel loaded with grain. (13)
  • I mean this man, this devil, Barto Rizzo. (10)
  • What did this mean to Canada and America? (19)
  • It would mean the end of everything for him! (8)
  • What, then, did this pursuit of Emilia mean? (10)
  • What do you mean by not relinquishing the case? (9)
  • The song I mean to sing is not written or printed. (10)
  • Of course, I mean, if they do, it cannot harm them. (10)
  • Of course, I mean, if they do, it cannot harm them. (22)
  • Pardon: I mean it was not like that which we cooked. (7)
  • I mean, meet him in debate and answer his arguments. (10)
  • In the mean time the hotel had grown like a living thing. (9)
  • But I warn you that I mean to ask her, and to wait for her. (8)
  • When I have done that I mean to hold my tongue for evermore. (14)
  • I mean after you have embraced your mother and sisters at Mount Desert. (9)
  • In the mean time the sea-bathing went resolutely on with all its forms. (9)
  • She was a woman of mean understanding, little information, and uncertain temper. (4)
  • It might mean nothing, or everything: to him it meant the sheer blissful instant. (10)
  • In the mean time we must deal with the thing that is, and submit to it until it is changed. (9)
  • He spelt the puckers of her forehead to mean that she feared he might be speaking unchristianly. (10)
  • Depend upon it, Martin, you have been foiled in your suits on account of the mean house you inhabit. (10)
  • Read those lines, Lena, and tell me, does the man mean to fight in earnest who can dare to write them? (10)
  • She could see that he was seething with feelings he wanted to express; but she did not mean to help him. (8)
  • I do not mean to complain, however; it is undoubtedly a comfortable one, and I hope will in time be better. (4)
  • She was here no doubt because of some memory, and did not mean to try and get out of it by vulgar explanation. (8)
  • For courage respects courage; but where a faith has been trodden out, we may look for a mean and narrow population. (2)
  • Your account of Sir James is most satisfactory, and I mean to give Miss Frederica a hint of my intentions very soon. (4)
  • He went in high spirits, believing that the invitation must mean at least a promotion in rank or an increase of salary. (16)
  • His cheery courtesy was only disturbed when he became conscious of some sentiment which appeared to him mean or cowardly. (8)
  • Jane looked as if she did not mean to be conquered; but instead of answering, she began speaking again to Mr. John Knightley. (4)
  • Very swiftly he began to realize what it would mean to him to be without this fortune on which he had so confidently calculated. (13)
  • Do they not really mean that the amiable in manner or the remote in subject, which alone they consider expedient, is not popular? (16)
  • He wondered what his landlady could mean by sending up to him, that morning of all others, to tempt his appetite after her fashion. (10)
  • In the mean time it is easy enough to go down, and the ladies go down every day, taking their novels or their needle-work with them. (9)
  • But it does mean that Balzac, when he wrote it, was under the burden of the very traditions which he has helped fiction to throw off. (9)
  • In the mean time the golden haze along the mountain side changed to a clear, pearly lustre, and the quiet evening possessed the quiet landscape. (9)

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