Sentence for took | Use took in a sentence

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  • Who took you there? (8)
  • Took the box himself! (8)
  • Lavender took off his hat. (8)
  • You took her into service. (8)
  • And you took advantage of it. (9)
  • I took you for a human being. (8)
  • So, then, the Jocelyns took it. (10)
  • The Monk then took bell and book. (10)
  • My uncle took me once to the Bank. (10)
  • She ran forward, and took his hand. (8)
  • He took us for some night-prowlers. (10)
  • Then Clara took them to their rooms. (8)
  • By heaven, she took him for a beggar! (2)
  • They took to chanting in alternation. (10)
  • He took her hand and dropped the dead thing. (10)
  • Breckon took up the question she had asked him. (9)
  • Sentiment and cigars took up the wondrous tale. (10)
  • A heightening of the reward almost took his life. (10)
  • But all these things took up a great deal of time. (4)
  • I took him down several times, you know, in my way. (4)
  • The fire was hot, and he took off his coat to play. (8)
  • Con took him two steps aside and did all the talking. (10)
  • But I took the thing as a wager, and fought it through. (2)
  • He did not offer to go with her, and she took Maddalena. (9)
  • The two young people took their seat on the window-sill. (8)
  • She perceived the good, and took it into her reflections. (10)
  • I fancy I am rather a favourite; he took notice of my gown. (4)
  • They said they thought that coffee took a long time to boil. (9)
  • He took a bite; his teeth were jagged; and his mouth immense. (8)
  • And she took up her book, determined to read quietly till he came. (8)
  • I am proud to remember that I took off my hat to this little fool. (7)
  • They were very fine ones, for I always took care to buy them good. (10)
  • It took in the main the form of a sort of gentle desiccating humour. (8)
  • Funny thing; never yet found a farm-laborer that took to prison well. (8)
  • With a huge steady hand the Inspector took the hem and turned it back. (8)
  • Presently he took my place, and I took the rudder lines. (8)
  • He took a silver cross from a table-drawer and laid it on the pistol-case. (10)
  • She had seen how he took his blow, and sorrow as a sister, conquering emotion. (10)
  • The letter was entrusted to Wilhelm, who took the borrowed horse back to Trent. (10)
  • She hesitated for an instant, and then extending her fair and taper hand took it. (6)
  • Odd how a single thing sometimes took possession of a room, however remote in spirit! (8)
  • She sat down to write; then, putting on her hat, took the note and slipped downstairs. (8)
  • In the hall Shelton went from force of habit to the weighing-scales and took his weight. (8)
  • Slipping her own photograph up over it again, she took out a handkerchief and went down. (8)
  • A word aside to Mr. George Uplift, and then the Countess took a chair by Miss Carrington. (10)
  • If such a road as that took a fancy to his mills, do you think it would pay what he asked? (9)
  • She heard it flushing painfully, and, suddenly, with a curt handshake, took her departure. (8)
  • Jombateeste preferred the kitchen for the naps he took after supper before his early bedtime. (9)
  • Opening the drawer he took from the sachet a handkerchief, and the framed photograph of Fleur. (8)
  • Replacing the blue pencil in the rack, he took the red rose from the glass, and sniffed at it. (8)
  • She took possession of the second box, and thus laden, suffered Robert to lift her into the cart. (10)
  • The pewter was now so hot that the edge of the quart took away a piece of my mouth at every effort. (6)
  • He took leaps from life to death, from death to life, mixing imprecations and prayers in a torrent. (10)
  • I was down there, and I took the liberty of calling on Mr. Adister, and I had a very kind reception. (10)
  • She did not find this easy, as he took a chair in front of her, and sat looking steadily in her face. (9)
  • Nedda took a rose in her fingers, feeling with delight its soft fragility, its coolness against her hot palm. (8)
  • It was not a remarkable speed, when all was said; and we took four hours to cover ten miles at the best of it. (2)
  • He sat looking at the doorway as Fulkerson entered, and Fulkerson naturally came and took a place at his table. (9)
  • He developed the Canon to its highest technical point and took the first step toward the originating of the Fugue. (3)
  • They all three took long naps every day, and sat hours together minutely discussing what they saw out of the window. (9)
  • Her holiday took the burden of her trouble, and amid the beauty of a disenchanted scene, she resumed the London incubus. (10)
  • Punctuated by the barking of the terrier clerk, all this took time, during which there passed through Felix many thoughts. (8)
  • Arrived on the grounds, they took opposite sides in a game of rounders, at that moment tossing heads or tails for innings. (10)
  • Swaying slightly from side to side, with billowing bag, it gathered speed, and, turning a corner, took road for the country. (8)
  • When she came for that, he took hold of her hand, and looked up into her face, over which a scarcely discernible tremor passed. (9)
  • And soon, when that little faraway voice was once more speaking, he took his hat, and glancing neither to right nor left, went out. (8)
  • Half mechanically I took the reins, and put spurs to my horse; but before I got well away, a loud cheer from the crowd assailed me. (6)
  • Arabella took the doctor aside to ask him, if in a hypothetical instance, it would really be dangerous to thwart or irritate her father. (10)
  • These things accomplished, I took the train for Riversley, and proceeded from the station to Durstan, where I knew Heriot to be staying. (10)
  • With a beautiful confidence it put the few familiar questions to him, and nodded to his replies: then stamped the bond, and took the fee. (10)
  • Mrs. Price took her weekly walk on the ramparts every fine Sunday throughout the year, always going directly after morning service and staying till dinner-time. (4)

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