Sentence for taken | Use taken in a sentence

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

  • Old Jolyon was taken aback. (8)
  • He had already taken six days. (10)
  • She will be taken good care of. (4)
  • Nothing else was taken, you see. (8)
  • She had not taken off her cloak. (12)
  • Harry felt dreadfully taken down. (10)
  • Great care would have to be taken. (12)
  • To see her taken away by such a man! (10)
  • And a young man had taken off his hat. (8)
  • What time does he say the money was taken? (8)
  • In body and soul Vittoria had taken a chill. (10)
  • Shall we go straight to the room it was taken from? (8)
  • The fish was taken away, a fine fresh sole from Dover. (8)
  • Chloe had taken help of one of her bearers to jump out. (10)
  • He had not taken it lying down; neither had his audience. (8)
  • Virginia was taken with the contrary movement of a sniff. (10)
  • And Vernon taken by Clara would be Vernon simply tolerated. (10)
  • As in other days, there hung her hand: but not to be taken. (10)
  • A face once taken was taken for generations. (4)
  • But he had put his hand out to her, and she had not taken it. (10)
  • The last years of his life Will Phillips had taken to drinking. (13)
  • I suppose the young ladies are very much taken up with it; and Mrs. (9)
  • The two hands were taken, but his voice was not so much at command. (10)
  • He had rushed toward her, and she had taken refuge behind the table. (12)
  • He had taken hold of the responsible end of the oyster trade himself. (18)
  • By this time, he had taken her under the arm, and was leading her away. (6)
  • Everything in and about the house would be taken such excellent care of! (4)
  • Everything that could be taken down has been taken down. (9)
  • Weisspriess was unsuspectingly taken down to the place by Anna and Lena. (10)
  • Mrs. Bellew had taken up a palm-leaf fan to screen her face from the fire. (8)
  • Taken by surprise she smiled with an eagerness that she at once regretted. (12)
  • I hope it is a dry situation, and that her health will be taken good care of. (4)
  • More care was taken than on a novel of which I and another were greatly guilty. (2)
  • Nature, at whom, unaided, he had dealt so many blows, had taken her revenge…! (8)
  • Had he received this document three months ago, he would not have taken it thus. (8)
  • Each had complete experience of the other, and each vowed the step must be taken. (10)
  • Yes, it is quite in keeping, thought I, with every step I have taken through life. (6)
  • The minutes seemed to be taken up alternately by the grey puffs from their mouths. (10)
  • Having been out some time, and taken a different route to the house, they had not met him. (4)
  • Her right hand, at piano-work of the octave-shake, was touched and taken, and she did not pull it away. (10)
  • Young Jolyon, who had taken Holly up in his arms, stood motionless at the corner, looking after the cab. (8)
  • In the collision between the Austrians and the volunteers, Rinaldo was taken fighting upon his knee-cap. (10)
  • It came as a shock to realise that this young foreign vagabond had taken such a place within his thoughts. (8)
  • Such was the sudden roll of his tongue, that she was lost in the astounding lead he had taken, and stared. (22)
  • They are taken from a letter written to the heroine by her second husband after one of the Austrian defeats. (9)
  • And in a giant are various giants to be slain, or thoroughly subdued, ere this divinity is taken for leader. (10)
  • That comfortable ease of spirit which is the breath of life was taken away; he could think of nothing but her. (8)
  • We moved from town to town along the South coast; but it was vain to hope we might be taken for simple people. (10)
  • When they had taken two of the five green chairs and John was back at his bureau, Felix handed over the letter. (8)
  • Finally he made the notary swear to be a faithful guardian and second father to Zeno if he should be taken away. (5)
  • A remarkable exhibition of Aminta the woman was, her entire change of front since he had taken her spousal chill. (10)
  • His course was run; my own, in which he had taken such a generous pleasure, could scarcely move his jaded interest. (9)
  • We young people were easily taken with his glittering error, and we read him with much the same fury, that he wrote. (9)
  • Such was the instinctive patriotism of the crowd that the cry was taken up in several quarters; and for the moment Mr. (8)
  • He had, very soon after their engagement ceased, got employ: and all that he had told her would follow, had taken place. (4)
  • The report from his bedchamber, telling the ladies of his absence, added that he had taken linen for a lengthened journey. (10)
  • Or is it Adam, his rib taken from his side in sleep, and thus transformed, to make him behold his Paradise, and lose it?… (10)
  • Early in life, he was taken to London and apprenticed to Clementi, who gave him lessons, and employed him to show off his pianos. (3)
  • Benedict Arnold at Montreal found it prudent to leave that city, and it was at once entered and taken possession of by the English. (19)
  • Once when the duchess looked in the mirror, she saw George who had carefully taken a clock to pieces, trying to put it together again. (5)
  • Lord Creedmore, the heir of the house, was absent, hunting in America, or he might temporarily have been taken into favour by contrast. (10)
  • Luckily he had taken the organs for blue-bottles in his last years, which had been a comfort, and they had been able to enjoy the tunes. (8)
  • As the work progresses the bottom course is taken off and placed above for the next, there being usually three courses of forms in operation. (17)

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