Sentence for record | Use record in a sentence

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  • But I am wandering from the record. (6)
  • There ought to be a record of this. (8)
  • There would consequently be a record. (10)
  • The whole record of memory was effaced. (1)
  • I have to record no pathetic field-day. (10)
  • We have it on record that he may seem an eagle. (10)
  • He had spoken it, and it was an oath upon the record. (10)
  • It is a disgraceful fact to record of him without periphrasis. (10)
  • Why should it have made a record which there was none to observe? (1)
  • Well, that was called the old record, for they tried it seventeen times. (6)
  • Time had not dealt them the final kick before they scored a good record. (10)
  • Trying to record that thought, I noticed that my note-book was damp with dew. (8)
  • What a glorious record of heroism was thus turned into the wormwood of infamy! (18)
  • I wrote a diary, and I tried to give its record form and style, but mostly failed. (9)
  • He certainly has claims to be considered the most remarkable spendthrift on record. (2)
  • It is on record that he stood high in the estimation of his European contemporaries. (3)
  • So far as the latter are concerned, yellow journalism has apparently a good record. (16)
  • Let Clio record that mugs and glasses, tobacco and pipes, were strewn upon the table. (10)
  • As samples of program music, they proceed in the steps of Pachelbel, and others on record. (3)
  • Captain Dancy is a gallant fellow, with a fine record as a soldier; and only just married. (8)
  • The record of his acts and his virtues will ever be inscribed upon the fleshly tablets of our hearts. (21)
  • Stars were low over the ridge of pines, dropped to a league of our strange world to record the doings. (10)
  • Before going farther on this line we will look into the record of music among the races of Northern Europe. (3)
  • The record of his life hereafter is one of incessant composition, with few interruptions or facts of interest. (3)
  • If I have ever read any record of young married love that was so frank, so sweet, so pure, I do not remember it. (9)
  • It is not of record that either of the two persons most affected and apparently least concerned made any explanation. (1)
  • I cannot help thinking that historians, looking back from the far future, will record this age as the Third Renaissance. (8)
  • It is of course understood that behind the nominal bribe is commonly a more substantial one of which there is no record. (7)
  • I did not know Longfellow before that fatal time, and I shall not say that his presence bore record of it except in my fancy. (9)
  • He again tried to stand, evidently wishing to get to his desk to record this thought, but, failing, looked painfully at Hilary. (8)
  • It is known how before the end the eclipse became total and from moment to moment the record inscribed upon his mind was erased. (9)
  • Whether the youth did, or did not understand, I am unable to record: I can only say, the appeal was made without acknowledgment. (6)
  • Her passion was fixed upon her sister, whose record of emotions in the letters from London placed her beyond dull days and nights. (10)
  • Her passion was fixed upon her sister, whose record of emotions in the letters from London placed her beyond dull days and nights. (22)
  • In all probability the unusually high water covered some of the smaller ones, and we consequently failed to make a record of them. (20)
  • The whole record of his life, from his eighteenth month, is a chronicle of fever and ill-health, borne always with heroic fortitude. (2)
  • It is a record I contemplate with a feeling of great elation, and which I have heard circus men say is entitled to unique distinction. (21)
  • I ask you, in short, gentlemen, for that verdict of guilty which, in the circumstances, I regard you as, unfortunately, bound to record. (8)
  • Before I leave my faint and unworthy record of these great times I am tempted to mention an incident poignant with tragical associations. (9)
  • He could record shocking instances of the ingratitude of human nature, as revealed to him in the term of his tenure of the shop at Helmstone. (10)
  • It examined the record upon four leading points, the Mormon question, the Financial question, the Filibuster question, and the Kansas question. (14)
  • Something in the awful disturbance of his organic system had so exalted and refined them that they made record of things never before perceived. (1)
  • Was he restrained by some prescient sense of the perishable nature of the material upon which he was expected to inscribe the record of his hopes? (7)
  • You will see to-day on the outskirts of the older settlements little mounds, moss-covered tombstones which record the last resting-places of the forefathers of the hamlet. (19)

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