Sentence for name | Use name in a sentence

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  • Her name . (10)
  • I bless his name. (22)
  • I love your name. (10)
  • Has he got a name? (22)
  • Graviter my name is. (8)
  • Her name was Renee. (10)
  • Name some variations. (3)
  • She called his name. (10)
  • My name is Jacob Twisden. (8)
  • His name was Harry Oxford. (10)
  • In the name of goodness, why? (10)
  • Name some later pupils of Liszt. (3)
  • Now you know my Christian name. (10)
  • You know my name, and what I am. (22)
  • He repeated the call of her name. (10)
  • Lord Fleetwood was the name given. (10)
  • Not name his name? (10)
  • Name other important French composers. (3)
  • Name other prominent Russian composers. (3)
  • No sacrifice on any side worth the name. (4)
  • Would she be pleased to send up her name? (4)
  • Name some composers of Madrigals in Italy. (3)
  • Did not Antonio-Pericles tell you his name? (10)
  • His name was correctly worded on the outside. (10)
  • What in the name of all unnamable did I mean? (16)
  • Your name changed his features and his voice. (10)
  • He writes under a different name from his own. (18)
  • The Austrian nobleman asked him stiffly for his name. (10)
  • He looked up at the name of the street, and shot away from her. (10)
  • If she draws back, she publicly accepts the blot upon her name. (10)
  • With them came a new Governor for the colony, Robert Semple by name. (19)
  • But if there was one, the secret was out, and must have another name. (10)
  • Nor is he the principal person of the comedy to which he gives a name. (10)
  • He announced his name and his principles Tomlinson, progressive Liberal. (10)
  • He confessed to not having noticed them in the grass: what was the name? (10)
  • If I could not put a name upon my actions, at least I could put a price. (16)
  • Does it matter if we give to the preparatory molecular changes the name of will? (1)
  • Chillon nodded a hurried good-bye, without a thought of giving his name in return. (10)
  • There would have to be an end of it speedily, else men might name him worthless dog! (10)
  • You go against my will; you offend me, sir; you drag my name and blood into the mire. (10)
  • But first of all, you must tell me the name of the young lady I am going to talk about. (4)
  • She saw that it was he, and, calling out his name, ran back into the shadow of the trees. (8)
  • We are apt to call such a one out of his name and to punish him for opinions he has never held. (9)
  • For leaving his name, prestige, and clients behind him, Soames would receive considerable value. (8)
  • Only while shaving did he suddenly remember that she called herself by her maiden name of Heron. (8)
  • His name was on the envelope; and under his name, in smaller letters, Adiante. (10)
  • Rhoda knocked, waited patiently till her persistent repetition of her name gained her admission. (10)
  • The postal address, with the date, was fully given, and the name signed at the end was evidently genuine. (9)
  • He did not leave his name, and till the next day it was only known that a gentleman had called on business. (4)
  • It is an account of the water battle of Loo, by an eye-witness whose name, unfortunately, has not reached us. (7)
  • It would be very stupid of us to ride all the way from Framingham to Boston with that name staring one in the eyes. (9)
  • In these monasteries we find the next great advance in magadizing, though now under the name of Diaphony or Organum. (3)
  • It made me laugh, and was so fine (so subtile) that the man himself, despite his name, will never feel the edge of it. (14)
  • At the very name of Frenchmen the meanest brave amongst the Five Nations laughed and spat contemptuously on the ground. (19)
  • She looked at him as if she were going to snub him openly for using her name; but apparently she decided to do it covertly. (9)
  • It is scarcely necessary to add that the river has now a different name in several of the countries through which it flows. (20)
  • When Diana came to Copsley, Lady Dunstane remarked on the recurrence of the name of Miss Paynham in the list of her guests. (10)
  • Beyond calling her by her Christian name, he did nothing to distress her with the broad aspect of their new relations together. (10)
  • At a rebellion in Ivanova she had been publicly proclaimed a witch, and her name had been pronounced accursed with solemn rites. (12)
  • The Autocrat was often in the pages of the Atlantic, where one often found Whittier and Emerson, with many a fresh name now faded. (9)
  • 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 sacred passion lifted it out of the petty cabin of the individual into a quiring cathedral universal, and subdued her. (10)
  • That supplication coupled with his name confessed the end to which her quick vision perceived she was being led, where she would succumb. (10)
  • On the way thither the French easily took Canso, at the entrance of the strait of that name, and sent its garrison prisoners to Louisburg. (19)
  • From 1804 to 1806, Weber was music-director at the Breslau theatre, and soon made a name for himself as composer and pianist as well as conductor. (3)
  • Another name associated with the Florentine school deserving mention is that of =Marco da Gagliano=, a priest who soon took the lead in the new movement. (3)

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