Sentence for stones | Use stones in a sentence

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

  • Stones yield no blood. (8)
  • The floor is of blackened stones. (8)
  • He lay down in a scoop of the stones. (8)
  • The very stones gave up their souls to her. (12)
  • Stones are easier to move than your English. (10)
  • Even the stones of the Abbey seem to feel it and shudder. (14)
  • The wheels bumped on the stones, and I screamed and shrieked. (12)
  • An ordinary site will have stones and weeds scattered over it. (17)
  • He felt as though a rain of burning stones were falling on him. (12)
  • The sound of rapid wheels over the stones made him turn his head. (8)
  • Stones thumped on his breast; the barrier-line ahead grew denser. (10)
  • The stones of these streets cry out to me to have her vindicated. (10)
  • It began to be dusk in earnest as I reached a wilderness of turf and stones. (2)
  • Soames pressed the clasp; the seven stones gleamed out on the pale grey velvet. (8)
  • Arriving at the cottage, he went up its mossy stones and through the wicket gate. (8)
  • And across the terrace stones, growing grey in the moonlight, he passed back within. (8)
  • He got up, and ran downhill, leaping over the stones, and the thicker clumps of heather. (8)
  • Suddenly the wheels jolted on a rubble of loose stones; the carriage was swung sideways. (8)
  • You lost yourself that way, just became branches, and stones, and water, and birds, and sky. (8)
  • Merthyr got him on his feet, put money in his pocket, and led him off the big stones painfully. (10)
  • A fire of missiles, stones, balls of wax, lumps of dirt, sticks of broken chairs, began to play. (10)
  • The lanterns had somewhat dazzled me, and I ploughed distressfully among stones and rubbish-heaps. (2)
  • It was on a heap of rolling stones, on an artificial terrace, certainly not five feet square in all. (2)
  • Several times that day he opened it to look at the seven soft shining stones in their velvet oval nest. (8)
  • Great trunks of trees and casks filled with stones were hastily heaped up where the walls were weakest. (19)
  • The water gleamed with dashes of red, and red, too, were many of the stones protruding above the surface. (1)
  • For ordinary light traffic the road itself may be built with a foundation of stones to a depth of 2 feet. (17)
  • Dartrey is confident, from the yield of stones, that the value of our claim counts in a number of millions. (10)
  • The consequence was as Champlain foresaw: they were shot down or killed by a shower of stones by the enemy. (19)
  • And at that thought she ceased clutching at the bracken stalks, lying as still as the very stones around her. (8)
  • Stone slabs of greenish color or neutral tones set with open joints, or even stepping stones, solve the problem. (17)
  • He had a pretty taste in stones; no question could have been more sympathetically devised to distract his attention. (8)
  • You are unfriendly in all your acts, for when our brown hen flew over to you yesterday she was driven away with stones. (5)
  • The commonest is the rough rubble wall in which the stones have neither regular shapes nor regular sizes, or even courses. (17)
  • Suddenly, without warning, one of the stones in the wall drops out onto the floor, and we get a view of the construction within. (17)
  • Above and below, you may hear it wimpling over the stones, an amiable stripling of a river, which it seems absurd to call the Loire. (2)
  • Flat flagstone walks are usually rather uninteresting, and many prefer the picturesque effect which is produced by stepping stones. (17)
  • Poking around with a penknife we are amazed at the ease with which the knife penetrates the mortar between the joints of the stones. (17)
  • A little after two I struck across the Mimente, and took a rugged path southward up a hillside covered with loose stones and tufts of heather. (2)
  • Then stones and weeds should be taken out of this earth, not once, but as many times as the earth delivers up stones and weeds. (17)
  • The wall is composed of large stones and small stones (the latter are called spalls, and fill in the interstices between the larger stones). (17)

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