Sentence for take | Use take in a sentence

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  • Take my arm. (10)
  • Take this, then! (8)
  • Here, take my scarf. (8)
  • Now take that tile. (13)
  • Take her if you dare! (8)
  • Take it for a warning. (10)
  • He began to take courage. (8)
  • Take it manfully, somehow. (10)
  • Take that poor woman there. (8)
  • Never let him take her off. (10)
  • Or, take up law or medicine. (9)
  • Why not take up wood-carving? (8)
  • And you shall take me as I am. (10)
  • She came to you; you take her. (10)
  • Well, I take an interest in him. (8)
  • But we must take what we can get. (10)
  • You invariably take the glum side. (10)
  • He was going to take her, after all! (8)
  • Did ye ask me to take wine, Mr. Wilfrud? (10)
  • And he determined to take the note up himself. (8)
  • Her marriage was to take place in the Spring. (10)
  • It was impossible for Harriet to take that view. (10)
  • If he does this, success will take care of itself. (9)
  • If only he knew the attitude Bianca would take up! (8)
  • Should she take out those roses and let them fall? (8)
  • Are you determined to take away the worst impression of us? (10)
  • Mrs. Verrian would not take any but the open way, with this. (9)
  • They take your flattery like sunshine and are lovely in it. (10)
  • Sometimes policemen threaten and oftener take him in custody. (21)
  • He sent Colonel Wetherell to take the rebel post at St. Charles. (19)
  • I find it difficult to get my Board to take a comprehensive view. (8)
  • Robert was kindly asked by the farmer to take a pipe among them. (22)
  • Why did you take my hand when I was asleep and hurry me so fast? (22)
  • By this, we shall learn to take a certain pride in the machinery. (22)
  • She would take place of me then, and Henrietta would not dislike that. (4)
  • He was there, purely and simply, to bring the things and take them away. (9)
  • Nadel thought he would take hold of it at one time, but he dropped it again. (9)
  • You are too obliging, my dear Miss Woodhouse; but we really must take leave. (4)
  • One was that she should take a glass of champagne to Mrs. Ayrton in her room. (22)
  • If you have ready money I might take you, but I would have to charge you more. (18)
  • The power to give and take flattery to any amount is the rare treasure of youth. (10)
  • How Charles could take such a thing into his head was always incomprehensible to me. (4)
  • You can give me bread pills, if you like, or air pills, and I will take them gladly. (9)
  • There was no choice for it but to take to the saddle, and try to make for the front. (10)
  • She put out her hand behind her for him to take, and clutched his fingers convulsively. (9)
  • He did not regret his proposal to take the leap; he would not have regretted it if taken. (10)
  • Of course it was only so hard worked a man who could take thought and trouble for another. (9)
  • It would be madness to throw such a chance away, and it is your duty to take advantage of it. (10)
  • In refusing now to take another day or pray for it, they deserved that chance should grant it. (10)
  • You must have something material for light and shade to fall on before you can take a photograph. (8)
  • And as for the trustees, they were shrewd men of the world, quite able to take care of themselves. (13)
  • And did you blow your whistle and obtain the assistance of another constable, and take him into custody? (8)
  • And they scorn to make a poor mouth over their poverty, which I take to be the better part of manliness. (2)
  • George took the cup, and like a cat spying a mouse, Mrs. Pendyce watched him take it out into the garden. (8)
  • But it came of her quickness to take the colour and share the tastes of the man to whom she gave herself. (10)
  • I remember that I met him once in a Cambridge street with a book in his hand which he let me take in mine. (9)
  • I venture to say that the power to take a licking is better worth having than the power to administer one. (10)
  • A hat on the brows shows a man who can take more, but thinks he will go home instead, and does so, peaceably. (10)
  • I jumped up, and tried to take her in my arms, but she slipped away; then she turned, and began laughing softly. (8)
  • She saw him stoop, screened, as he evidently thought, from sight, and take something very small from his pocket. (8)
  • His imagination would then sometimes take fire, and he would say that such and such, or so and so, was dangerous. (8)
  • We determined to take a good Stock with us and therefore each took a pair of our own besides those we set off in. (4)
  • And, as he walked, he smoothed his drooping grey moustache, considering how best to take his niece out of herself. (8)
  • There was one form of public appearance which Lowell reluctantly allowed himself to take up in this winter of 1886. (14)
  • Boyne says be wouldent take no for an ansir, and hung on and hungon, till poppa threatened to hitt him with his cane. (9)
  • Every explanation is sure to be offered by the course events may take; so do, in mercy, I say, let us bide for them. (10)
  • It is but an instance of the way in which a profession growing more serious is bound to take knowledge more seriously. (16)
  • Then he saw that it was only a question which steamer they should take, and not whether they should take any. (9)
  • But he had the artist soul and the poet heart, and no doubt he could take refuge in these from the cares that shadowed his visage. (9)
  • But soon a nearly fatal check occurred; for, chancing to take his eyes off Hughs, he saw the little model returning on her tracks. (8)
  • He walked in this neighbourhood known by what he had done, and his desire was to take his wife away, never more to be seen there. (10)
  • Take it and make the most of it, then, for its quality of brute honesty: which is found to flourish best in the British prize-ring. (10)

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