Sentence for stopping | Use stopping in a sentence

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

  • We must find a way of stopping Bill. (8)
  • There is the sound of a cab stopping. (8)
  • The stopping of the carriage aroused her. (10)
  • I can never get by this shop without stopping. (4)
  • He saw her stopping before the window of a picture-shop. (8)
  • And stopping the cab he got out without word or sign of farewell. (8)
  • In the evening she heard the noise of wheels stopping at the door. (10)
  • The Avonek was always stopping to put off or take on merchandise or men. (9)
  • The ladies did not wish to go, and they were not justified in stopping. (10)
  • The carriage did seem to be stopping, and the Queen seemed to be looking at him. (9)
  • The very asking froze her, almost to stopping her throbs of pity for the woman. (10)
  • Lavender, who was stopping his ears against the horrible noises which had now begun. (8)
  • Yelling Indians pursued them, only stopping in order to scalp the helpless wounded. (19)
  • Justification began to speak loudly against the stopping of the chariot if it did pass. (10)
  • My father proved that I was harnessed to him; there was no stopping, no time for grieving. (10)
  • Two days ago he received a visit from a Herr von Thüngen, who is stopping in the Hotel de Rome. (12)
  • She kept stopping and looking up with that mouth of hers half open, as if she had all day before her. (8)
  • Their ideas seem to have a special relationship in the peculiarity of stopping where they have begun. (10)
  • I rushed out of the theatre, and wrapping only my cloak round me, ran without stopping to the barracks. (6)
  • He set my speculations astray by hinting that the request for the stopping of the case might be a blind. (10)
  • They seemed to be always coming from happy places and going to happy places, never stopping where I was! (10)
  • He understood at once how the must have come by it: he was not so quick in devising a means of stopping the tale. (10)
  • They were to learn together, play together, have matches together, as a scheme for stopping the mischief between them. (10)
  • She reflected that if she had been in their place she would have shown greater tact by not stopping just at that instant. (9)
  • The sound of a taxi stopping not far off had come to her ears, and she gathered her feet under her, planting them firmly. (8)
  • Ready for anything; venal through and through; stopping at nothing; cruel by nature, and consistent through lack of mind. (12)
  • And, stopping the cab round the corner, he got out and retraced his steps to where he could see the entrance to the mansions. (8)
  • Radical youth, on the other hand, a small but perhaps more vocal body, was for stopping the war and giving the Boers autonomy. (8)
  • He led the way briskly down the mountain-side now, stopping from time to time and verifying his course by the sound of the axe. (9)
  • The man looks at it without stopping; he merely keeps turning his head more and more backward as he leaves the building behind. (1)
  • Arriving at the mill, she made no pretense of stopping, but turned into a trail leading through a field of stubble toward a creek. (1)
  • He bethought him of various means of stopping the telegraph and smothering the tale, if matters should have touched the worst here. (10)
  • Apparently there were not many people stopping at this hotel, or else they were all out looking at the Falls or confined to their rooms. (9)
  • She had instinctively turned away; but stopping on his approach, received his compliments with an embarrassment impossible to be overcome. (4)

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