Sentence for owned | Use owned in a sentence

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  • Abram Posterley, enabled them to pronounce upon men and things; not without effect; their country owned it; the foreigner beheld it. (10)
  • And yet I imagine all these people are followers of One who never owned anything. (8)
  • At seven he was rid of them, but parched and heated, as he deserved to be, he owned, for drinking the poison. (10)
  • Both owned to a swim; both omitted mention of the tale of white ducks. (10)
  • Burnamy and Miss Triscoe, as they hung upon the rail, owned to each other that they hated to have the voyage over. (9)
  • But I owned at the same time that I never was good at figures, and that I found English money peculiarly baffling. (9)
  • But she did not come, and he went sadly away, disturbed to the very bottom of all that he owned in fee simple. (8)
  • But so it was: and he owned to believing in English luck. (10)
  • Every man acts as if he owned it. (9)
  • For his part, comparison rushing at him and searching him, he owned that he leaned on pride. (10)
  • For sometimes after it, you have owned it disagreed. (10)
  • Fryar-Gunnett owned husbands who did their bidding, because of their having the brains, it might be understood. (10)
  • He owned he might have been mistaken, as the brilliant fellow flew swift and high between leaves, like an ordinary fritillary. (10)
  • He owned himself incomplete. (10)
  • He owned she was pretty. (10)
  • He owned that he had been culpable in the past. (9)
  • He owned that she cried some, when he said good-bye to her. (9)
  • He owned this defect of temperament, but he said that it compensated the opposite in her character. (9)
  • He could never leave off longing for what he once owned! (8)
  • He had his good qualities, the general owned. (9)
  • He had never dreamed that to see her in the presence of the man who owned her would be so terrible. (8)
  • He had not been there two days before he owned that the wish to see her had been more than half the reason. (8)
  • He has owned he is her husband: he has not disavowed the consequence. (10)
  • He looked at his watch, old and thin like himself; he had owned it fifty years. (8)
  • He maintained it, and owned himself a donkey for having stuck to it. (10)
  • Her expression was just a little vacant, it must be owned; but so far as she went she was faultless. (9)
  • His large, loose mouth was drawn, for all its laughter at the fact which he owned; his profile, which burlesqued. (9)
  • If the former is a talent, it must be owned that it is much commoner than the latter . (9)
  • In spirit our happy friends bowed themselves before it and owned that there was something better than happiness in it. (9)
  • It had done that for him, the earl owned. (10)
  • It is owned that he is a hero. (10)
  • Kenton owned, and for the time she put her misgivings away. (9)
  • Kenton thought that was pretty good, and owned that she had got him there. (9)
  • Lander owned at last, with a reluctant sigh. (9)
  • Never was there a sweeter face, a finer form, or a less amiable Heart than Louisa owned! (4)
  • Outside in the streets of Soho, which always gave him such a feeling of property improperly owned, he mused. (8)
  • Pasmer freely owned, her distinction. (9)
  • Redworth bungled it; he owned he spoilt it, and candidly stated his inability to see the fun. (10)
  • She owned she had forgotten any three consecutive words. (10)
  • She owned she had utterly belied herself; she protested she had been no free agent. (10)
  • She owned that she had trembled for him till she had seen them all together; and now she should never tremble again. (9)
  • She owned that, considering every thing, she was not absolutely without inclination for the party. (4)
  • She could read them unmoved, and appease a wicked craving she owned to having, and reproached herself with having, for that language. (10)
  • She did not pretend that she was surprised; she owned that she had sometimes expected it; she blamed herself for not expecting it then. (9)
  • She unhesitatingly owned that she liked no one better, and he consented. (10)
  • So it would, she owned with another sigh; and yet it seemed impossible. (9)
  • Something more than what he owned to us must have happened. (4)
  • That a phrase on any other subject was of much the same effect, in relation to it, may be owned; he was lightly kindled. (10)
  • Why should he hug a book he owned he could not quite comprehend? (10)

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