Sentence for pagan | Use pagan in a sentence

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

  • It is Pagan. (10)
  • He would be a Pagan. (10)
  • But he does not ask it of you, the callous Pagan! (10)
  • And, ho, for a night of Pagan glee! (10)
  • But do not despise a virtue purely Pagan. (10)
  • His Pagan virtues stood up one by one to support him. (10)
  • Well, it made me think of one of them old pagan temples. (9)
  • But St. Francis was a Christian, and Orpheus was a Pagan. (8)
  • Those heathen Pagan dogs had a religion that encouraged them to swear. (10)
  • A Pagan, which means our poor unsupported flesh, is never certain of his victory. (10)
  • Do you consider that virulent Pagan Goddesses and the flying torch-furies are extinct? (10)
  • The popular melodies trace their origin back to pagan times, and show infinite variety. (3)
  • No pagan image consulted with flowers and song and sacrifice could have returned less answer. (8)
  • Her raiment, the dark leaves, the red wall, the golden plums, were woven by the passing glow to a block of pagan colour. (8)
  • He wore a pair of pince-nez, too, which somewhat veiled his cynical blue eyes, and clashed a little with the pagan look of him. (8)
  • She was a veteran Pagan, and may have had the instinct that a peculiar virtue in this young one was the spring of his conduct. (10)
  • Yet worse was it when his closed eyelids refused to conjure up the sorrowful lovely nightmare, and he lay like one in a trance, entombed-wretched Pagan! (10)
  • Lord Dannisburgh was a man of ministerial tact, official ability, Pagan morality; an excellent general manager, if no genius in statecraft. (10)
  • His heroines especially exemplify it, and I should be safe in saying that his Ethelbertas, his Eustacias, his Elfridas, his Bathshebas, his Fancies, are wholly pagan. (9)

Also see sentences for: heathen, heathenish.

Definition of pagan:

  • pagan, p’gan, n. a heathen: one who does not worship the true god. | adj. heathenish: pertaining to the worship of false gods. | v.t. p’ganise, to render pagan or heathen: to convert to paganism. | adj. p’ganish, heathenish. | n. p’ganism, heathenism: the beliefs and practices of the heathen. (0)

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