Sentence for saying | Use saying in a sentence

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  • A pity, too, we cannot hear what they are saying. (8)
  • Adrian characterized this system well, in saying that Sir Austin wished to be Providence to his son. (10)
  • An American standing near threw all into confusion by saying he guessed that it might be liable to develop their understandings. (8)
  • And she ends by saying that perhaps he does not like people to tat, or knit, or embroider, or whatever. (9)
  • And she was a generous woman or had been: she was generous in saying that. (10)
  • And though Swithin was somewhat upset at being stopped like this on the point of saying something important, he soon recovered his affability. (8)
  • At length every idea seemed to fail him; and, after standing a few moments without saying a word, he suddenly recollected himself, and took leave. (4)
  • But here is a proof of what I was saying. (4)
  • But if I go on, I shall displease you by saying what I think of persons you esteem. (4)
  • But that is not saying that they are civilised. (9)
  • Camwell sheathed his sword, saying that his work was done. (10)
  • Corey refused the consequence, saying that it did not follow. (9)
  • Do I argue ill in saying that a trust was implied? (10)
  • Doria ended the colloquy by saying. (10)
  • Elizabeth merely curtseyed to him without saying a word. (4)
  • He excused himself by saying that she spoke so like his father. (10)
  • He had a saying: Two wishes make a will. (10)
  • He nodded, and was driven to the hotel, saying little on the road. (10)
  • He proposed to continue her lessons, if she cared to learn; saying it could be done in letters. (10)
  • He thanked his cousin Vernon for saying she had wit. (10)
  • He tried to catch what they were saying, but Aunt Juley was speaking. (8)
  • He was a Harvard man; he had rather a cultivated manner, or else naturally a clever way of saying things. (9)
  • He will fail, as I know, but what is that saying of the poet? (10)
  • His favourite saying that constitution beats the world, was being splendidly manifested by our bearing. (10)
  • Holly startled him by saying that she thought their father not at all well. (8)
  • I am not saying that she did not err in her advice. (4)
  • I go round saying to myself, Why have I thrown away my life? (9)
  • I have no objection to saying that I ask it from the father of the young ladies. (9)
  • I have no shame in saying I love him. (10)
  • I hear her saying it. (10)
  • I take this opportunity of saying that justice in this town is a travesty. (8)
  • I was saying to your father when I was here in July that those things can always be managed. (9)
  • If I had not something in me worth saying I think I should sing. (10)
  • If the men had borne their part as well, there would not have been these tears: and yet, what am I saying? (9)
  • It was for Rhoda from Dahlia, saying that Dahlia was grieved to the heart to have missed her dear father and her darling sister. (10)
  • It was like the saying of a healthy man looking at a box of pills which he did not mean to open. (8)
  • Jolyon thought he might not have the chance, of saying it after. (8)
  • Lander, while discreetly saying that she would ask her father and mother to come and talk with her. (9)
  • Lapham saying that he was starting for New York, and did not know just when he should get back. (9)
  • Lapham could not help saying. (9)
  • May I be forgiven for saying it! (10)
  • My only reason for saying so is common observation. (10)
  • Only the other day I was saying I wanted to know everything. (8)
  • Really, Juley was always saying something! (8)
  • Reasoning it so, she thought it a saying for the penetration of the most polished and deceptive of the later human masks. (10)
  • Rosamund tempered her report of Renee by saying of her, that she was very quiet. (10)
  • She appeared undecided, saying that she had a dismal apprehension of her not having dismissed her coachman overnight. (10)
  • She could not help saying this, and then she and Lapham had some unpleasant words. (9)
  • She did it sweetly, and apologized to him for saying what she had said. (9)
  • She pointed toward the farm, saying that my father was there. (10)
  • Soames had been saying, what on earth she had been telling him in the railway carriage. (8)
  • Such exhibitions were common to both sides, though if you gentlemen will pardon me for saying so, I think they were less frequent on ours. (9)
  • The captain made no effort to perplex her tactics, merely saying that he should call in a day or two. (10)
  • The men looked smilingly at each other without saying anything; and the younger took in due form the introduction which the young lady gave him. (9)
  • Then, for the life of her, she could not help saying a little psalm. (8)
  • This night I roused one of them, and he stretched his finger down the steps, saying that you had gone down there. (10)
  • Though I fully believe that, at present, you have not the smallest intention of accepting him, there is no saying what may happen. (4)
  • To go by them, too, without saying a word! (4)
  • Verrian saying what I did, and asking to see the rest of his story on the impulse of the moment. (9)
  • Vostrand, saying that, after all, he should not be able to come to Boston, but hoped to be in New York before she sailed. (9)
  • What necessity, he seemed continually to be saying, what real necessity is there for change of any kind whatever? (8)
  • You have my warrant for saying that money is no consideration; house and income are assured. (10)

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