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

  • Relief, surprise, pity! (8)
  • He felt relief. (8)
  • Sort of relief. (10)
  • This gave him relief. (8)
  • It was a relief to know that. (8)
  • She heard him sigh with relief. (8)
  • In his voice was an infinite relief. (8)
  • The news had been something of a relief. (8)
  • To his great relief Larry was not there. (8)
  • He heard this, oddly, almost with relief. (8)
  • Fleur suffered relief and a sense of insult. (8)
  • Tears and a sob of relief started from her. (10)
  • The extremity of this thought brought relief. (8)
  • He shut it as they passed, with a sigh of relief. (8)
  • In his relief Stephen violated the laws of reticence. (8)
  • He spoke, perhaps, with too great an effect of relief. (9)
  • Silent rapid motion in the frosty air was some relief. (8)
  • To her relief, however, her father was eating spinach. (8)
  • He only tried because his heart wanted relief so badly. (8)
  • The cablegram, grave though it was, was almost a relief. (8)
  • Lady Valleys sighed with an utter and undisguised relief. (8)
  • The event brought him relief, and it brought him freedom. (9)
  • I was heavily oppressed, I wanted relief, I put on the gloves. (10)
  • To her great relief he went in quickly when he saw them coming. (8)
  • At that queer spiritual appeal Soames turned for relief to actuality. (8)
  • They sighed; but it was now with the relief of a lightened oppression. (10)
  • If I recollect aright, he could roar; no such relief was allowed to me. (10)
  • Fatigue, bringing the imperious necessity for rest, intervened as a relief. (10)
  • And, with a sigh of relief, he began to feel hungry, having had no breakfast. (8)
  • But there was some relief in thinking that he could do nothing for a month yet. (9)
  • The Doctor waited and waited for some one to come, but no one came to his relief. (18)
  • The prospect of her being alone until the morning had been so absorbing a relief. (10)
  • That gave them all the relief of a laugh over it, the Colonel joining in piteously. (9)
  • When the swift flame flared up he sighed with relief, and stood still and quivering. (12)
  • The incident was a relief to his feelings; he rattled his opera hat behind the animal. (8)
  • If you could see your way, sir, it would be a great relief to my mind, it would indeed. (8)
  • The incident is chiefly remarkable to us as a relief to what I need not recount to you. (10)
  • If he had eased his heart in stressing the first syllable, it was only temporary relief. (10)
  • She was like a spring day in January; such a relief from that scented humbug, her mother. (8)
  • To be able to speak his name and see him awaiting her, must have been relief, a reprieve. (10)
  • And a sigh of sheer relief was caught in the folds of her nightgown slipping over her head. (8)
  • They are heard precipitately emerging, with sighs and groans of relief, on the floor below. (9)
  • Robert gladly offered to fetch it, and left them with a sense of relief that was almost joy. (22)
  • She retired before Miss Current and formed audience, glad of a relief to her inventive labour. (10)
  • She decided finally upon this measure, and she had the relief of not finding the family at home. (9)
  • He felt a curious relief at this delay, and at the fact that, whether sent or not, it was written. (8)
  • With a sigh of relief Fort looked gratefully at the old lady who had called Noel as pretty as life. (8)
  • And, to my relief, in the shop there did appear to be his elder brother, handling a piece of leather. (8)
  • Still, I felt a certain relief, as in something innocent and simple and childlike, in the next event. (9)
  • I would be honorable, but the slavery of financial obligations drives me to desperate means of relief. (18)
  • Breckon exclaimed, in a tone of immense relief, which did not continue itself in what he went on to say. (9)
  • He hated bad men; and it was besides necessary for him to denounce somebody, and get relief of some kind. (10)
  • It was an intense relief, when, saying that he wanted a certain magazine, Miltoun strode off into the town. (8)
  • The tension of nerve and brain was too severe; nature came to his relief with intervals of unconsciousness. (1)
  • Under such circumstances, however, he was not likely to be proof against the temptation of immediate relief. (4)
  • Presently he sat down on his wheelbarrow, and then shifted, without relief, from one handle of it to the other. (9)
  • With a parting volley of abuse she flaunts into the menagerie tent and a feeling of great relief pervades all. (21)
  • The expectancy of an easy $3000 had given him a chance to see some relief from his hopeless financial entanglements. (18)
  • The poor Squire found this the only time when he could get relief from worry; he came to bed much earlier on purpose. (8)
  • In his remorse and relief, so confusing and so poignant, he heard the driver of the cab asking where he wanted to go now. (8)
  • An entire company of infantry in wagons, with a mountain howitzer and several rounds of grapeshot, was hastened to their relief. (7)
  • Emilia was eager to thank her friend, if only for the physical relief from weariness and sluggishness which she was experiencing. (10)
  • He said it became her style; and he found such relief from his heavy thoughts in these harmless pleasantries that he kept on with them. (9)
  • When we met again and he accepted it for the Weekly, with a handclasp of hearty welcome, I could scarcely gasp out my unfeigned relief. (9)
  • There would have been general relief among the employees if the lion had killed him, for all were in fear of their lives near the monster. (21)
  • He knows also that continual vituperation is as dull as continual praise; if only to give relief to his censure, he will note what is good. (16)
  • And behold, a spokesman was seen in relief upon a background of grins, that were oddly intermixed with countenances of extraordinary solemnity. (10)
  • He imagined, and calmly could he imagine it, that her extravagance, and consequent distress, had obliged her to dispose of it for some immediate relief. (4)
  • To their own relief the guiltless eaves-droppers, who found no moment favorable for revealing themselves after the comedy began, issued from their retiracy. (9)

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