Sentence for offer | Use offer in a sentence

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  • I had none to offer. (10)
  • The offer was declined. (10)
  • I do not offer them as new. (4)
  • Corey made an offer of going. (9)
  • I offer the thing to you first. (9)
  • This may be the highest offer. (12)
  • It was in vain to offer high rewards. (6)
  • I offer you my whole heart; I love you. (10)
  • Nothing but the scrapings to offer you. (10)
  • I had half a mind to offer it, on the spot. (10)
  • She made offer of bacon as well, homecured. (10)
  • He was prepared to offer excuses for his words. (8)
  • Her offer to go was possibly purely charitable. (10)
  • Temple thanked her for the kindness of the offer. (10)
  • Thank him for his offer to afford you explanations. (22)
  • They offer me sixty thousand if I go and disappear. (12)
  • A war would offer her the decorated soldier she wanted. (10)
  • Could an emperor offer such festivities to his subjects? (10)
  • I do not offer you a drab for your daughter-in-law, sir. (22)
  • She refused his hand, and he was at liberty to offer it? (10)
  • No, he was not the man to offer support to her sick father. (5)
  • Really, I think her not accepting your offer is disgusting. (8)
  • He made her an offer in this very room, and she refused him. (4)
  • I understand that Mr. Collins has made you an offer of marriage. (4)
  • Nor did they offer their lives to the Iroquois hatchets in vain. (19)
  • What countries offer interest to the student of musical beginnings? (3)
  • Freely and unreservedly, as I ask you to give your hand, I offer mine. (10)
  • Not that I am one to refuse the humble pie his jeweled fingers offer me. (9)
  • Few places, if any, offer a more barbaric display of contrasts to the eye. (2)
  • Margarita recovered her self-command before he could make good this offer. (10)
  • Not a look or an offer of help had Fanny given; not a syllable for or against. (4)
  • You have bought her too dearly, and your brother does not offer half her value. (4)
  • I accepted readily the kind offer, and once more bowing to the ladies, withdrew. (6)
  • In six weeks our schooner yacht will be in the Elbe to offer him entertainment. (10)
  • With more than equal civility the offer was declined; she did not wish to dance. (4)
  • One day, in a queer access of compunction, he had made Leila an offer of marriage. (8)
  • Major Edelsheim had misunderstood Bandelmeyer; no offer of an apology had been made. (10)
  • What was the best education to offer them, and their brothers and fathers and lovers? (13)
  • And, Lena, my dear, write to inform him that we wish to offer him our congratulations. (10)
  • Other continents offer a more grateful soil for ideas so obviously abstruse as your own. (12)
  • And as to making me an offer, or anything like it, there must be some unaccountable mistake. (4)
  • The coachman had no explanation to offer: he did not know how or when Mr. Alan had got away. (9)
  • He does not offer the other cheek or turn his back to be kicked after a knock to the ground. (10)
  • Mr. Collins might never make the offer, and till he did, it was useless to quarrel about him. (4)
  • Richard Kenton evanesced into the interior so obviously that Bittridge could not offer to come in. (9)
  • There was no telling what these Frenchmen would do next, so they sent a deputation to offer peace. (19)
  • But while Cæsar was considering these things an opportunity of acting successfully seemed to offer. (14)
  • Needless to say, the English took no notice of this handsome offer to deprive them of their scalps. (19)
  • What a contrast did it offer to his last address in Rosings Park, when he put his letter into her hand! (4)
  • Now go, if you choose, and offer sacrifices to Aphrodite, that she may join the hearts of Xanthe and Phaon. (5)
  • Her view of the burgess English imaged a mighty monster behind bars, to whom we offer anything but our hand. (10)
  • I shall not pretend to offer you advice, for I have the habit of thinking your judgement can stand by itself. (10)
  • It is but an ironical form of respect that you offer to the prey you have been hotly chasing and have caught. (10)
  • Furthermore, not being encouraged, he had his peculiar reason for delay, though now he could offer her wealth. (10)
  • Would to Heaven that anything could be either said or done on my part that might offer consolation to such distress! (4)
  • Poetry, love, and such-like, are the drugs earth has to offer to high natures, as she offers to low ones debauchery. (10)
  • In his defeat concerning the bath-steward, as he felt it to be, he had not the courage, now, to offer the lower berth. (9)
  • Besides, and perhaps above all, Verrian had no idea of depriving himself of such a chance as heaven seemed to offer him. (9)
  • She is ready to have the fullest faith in the sincerity of his offer; speaks without any impatience for the fulfilment. (10)
  • Stoddard went with me to Franklin Square, and gave the sanction of his presence to the ineffectual offer of my poem there. (9)
  • But you have mistaken Benjamin Andrews, when you offer him gold for his simple services to a friend of General Washington. (18)
  • The car was crowded, and no one of the tired men who were reading their newspapers was gallant enough to offer her a seat. (13)
  • 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)
  • Corey fell into another reverie, and smiled again; but he did not offer to explain what amused him, and his mother would not ask. (9)
  • Why had they called her, the ropedancer, back to a life which henceforward could offer her nothing save want and cruel suffering? (5)
  • Willoughby, on his side, gave every proof of his pleasure in their acquaintance, which an evident wish of improving it could offer. (4)
  • Jeff did not offer to take the plate which she raised to him from where she was kneeling, but looked down at her with perfect intelligence. (9)
  • If he wanted, he would send for her; and even to offer an early return was a presumption which hardly anything would have seemed to justify. (4)
  • Lord Carlisle wished to offer a proclamation to the Colonists, openly conceding everything that the people demanded except absolute independence. (18)
  • Every one knows what delightful dinners you give; but these little dramatic episodes which you offer your guests, by way of appetizer, are certainly unique. (9)
  • They could wage war, confiscate property, starve prisoners, offer rewards for treason, offer to concede every demand of the Colonies for their political welfare except independence. (18)

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