Sentence for that | Use that in a sentence

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  • A pleasure to sit there and watch her, and feel that she liked to be with him. (8)
  • After a month of first-class weather it would not do that without some sinister intention. (8)
  • After the death of young Bosinney, whose mistress she had so reprehensibly become, he had heard that she had left Soames at once. (8)
  • After they had built their water-house and laid their pipes, it occurred to them that the place was suitable for junketing. (2)
  • All was uncovered, so that what flies there were sat feeding socialistically. (8)
  • And instinctively he crisped his hands that were buried in his pockets, and ran over to himself his opening words. (8)
  • And it was likewise manifest that she listened to them. (10)
  • Between the two efforts she had no sense but that of helplessness. (10)
  • But he knows that I thought Burnamy in the wrong. (9)
  • But it was precisely in these points that the hotel which admirably fulfilled its other functions fell short. (9)
  • But what could he do in that coming life? (8)
  • By losing his temper with that ill-conditioned cur he had cooked his goose. (8)
  • Consequently, and as a defence against the darker dread, they now, for the first time, fully believed that monetary ruin had befallen their father. (10)
  • Do you carry your unnatural feeling so far as to be sorry for that? (8)
  • Especially with that Morsfield out of the way. (10)
  • For he was well enough aware that the old days when Browny imagined him a hero, in drinking his praises of a brighter, were drowned. (10)
  • Goren is cognizant, she trusts that their oldest friend will overlook it. (10)
  • Have you seen that young man who interested you? (8)
  • He had evaded them several weeks, so we are to fancy that his wife charged Countess Alessandra with the betrayal. (10)
  • He was quite silent at that moment, gazing at his plate, which was strangely empty. (8)
  • He was taking at that moment one of the decisive resolutions of his life. (8)
  • He was vexed with his father, because he felt that he had been influenced by Eunice, and had somehow gone back on him. (9)
  • Her not writing was now a proof that she had returned. (10)
  • How about Murat in that respect? (10)
  • How can we help it, seeing that we are undisciplined and standardless, seeing that we started without the backbone that schooling gives? (8)
  • I am beginning to see that everything has its dark side; I never believed that before. (8)
  • I know very well that Colonel Brandon is not old enough to make his friends yet apprehensive of losing him in the course of nature. (4)
  • I misdoubt that little quick cornering eye of yours. (10)
  • I say to myself you should know me, at least; and if I am guilty of a piece of vanity, you should know that also. (10)
  • Imagine him seeing that young fellow putting her handkerchief in his pocket. (8)
  • In such men there is little or none of that fluid sense and continuity of feeling known under those vague terms, speculation, poetry, philosophy. (8)
  • In the hall was the agent, whose face clearly showed that he had foreseen this defeat. (8)
  • It appeared to Beaton that she was becoming a little too exacting for comfort in her idealism. (9)
  • It was his kindness that had done for him, and made his married life a failure. (8)
  • It was more by the sense of touch than by that of sight that the lad kept the path. (1)
  • Lapham suggest again that he was unequal to their society, or to the society of anybody else. (9)
  • Livia writes, that I am commended for keeping Janey company. (10)
  • Look how she behaved that day! (10)
  • Meantime the unhappy Braintop received an indication that he must depart. (10)
  • Not that I believe in buckling under to him, you know. (8)
  • Not that I think I left this to the second day. (9)
  • Perhaps he did not really care for it perhaps he knew when he heard of it that it must come to him in the end. (9)
  • She heard that lovers were false. (10)
  • Speech that has to be hauled from the depths usually betrays the effort. (10)
  • That one day was the sun of his life. (10)
  • That white slip of moonlight? (8)
  • The fact is stated that I may win for him the warm sympathies of the body of his countrymen. (10)
  • The old gentleman was paying his devoirs with a studied anxiety to please, that went to my very heart as I witnessed it. (6)
  • The sharp sweet bloom of her beauty, fresh in swarthiness, under the whipping Easter, cried out against that loathed inhumanity. (10)
  • There was such melancholy in her heart that she cast herself into all the flippancy with abandonment. (10)
  • There were always circumstances, incidents, mitigations, that kept the hero still a hero, and ennobled the box into an unjust prison cell. (9)
  • They dance; that is a healthy exercise. (10)
  • They told us that no living creatures were in the house. (10)
  • To be sitting long after dinner, was a confinement that he could not endure. (4)
  • To old Jolyon it seemed that his son had grown. (8)
  • Too proud to notice, Soames knew perfectly that Annette and that fellow had gone prowling round together. (8)
  • We are so far in her hands that we have to keep her quiet. (10)
  • When once he had given his liking, he could not bear that any shadow of change should seem to have come upon him. (9)
  • With that action the matter-of-fact side of her nature came to life again. (8)

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