Sentence for traffic | Use traffic in a sentence

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

  • What traffic! (8)
  • And he moved out into the traffic. (8)
  • She made a movement to cross into the traffic. (8)
  • The two cousins walked out amongst the traffic. (8)
  • Philadelphia, in traffic with the enemy, is rotten. (18)
  • All was quiet save for the never-ceasing hum of traffic. (8)
  • Their traffic instincts hooded their live wits To issues. (10)
  • The room faced the backwater of traffic, and was very silent. (8)
  • Again in the crowded streets so full of traffic, people turned to look after her. (8)
  • Her splendid optimism, damped him; it had too little traffic with the reasoning powers. (8)
  • When they were once more in the car, she leaned back very silent, watching the traffic. (8)
  • Old Heythorp had to cross to the far side, and he sallied forth without regard to traffic. (8)
  • Their thoughts beneath their speech were like fish darting under shadow of the traffic bridge. (10)
  • Bleak and dark the January night; little sound of traffic; a frost coming; bare trees; a star or two. (8)
  • The car glided on into the long road, swarming with traffic, towards the fashionable heart of London. (8)
  • That commerce is long past, and I fancy that the plant ceased to bloom when the traffic fell into decay. (9)
  • The ballet was on its last legs and night, and the traffic of the Promenade was suffering for the moment. (8)
  • For ordinary light traffic the road itself may be built with a foundation of stones to a depth of 2 feet. (17)
  • Her lips smiled faintly, tears stood in her eyes; then she drew her hand away and plunged into the traffic. (8)
  • Sparrows were chirping, but sound of traffic had almost ceased, in that quiet Sunday hour of the evening meal. (8)
  • It had ended disastrously: or say, a running of the engine off the rails, and a speedy re-establishment of traffic. (10)
  • Often, for hours together, these two will be alone in the close, for it lies out of the way of all but legal traffic. (2)
  • He ran down the street, hotly pursued, and, darting out into the traffic, threw himself under a motor-car going at some speed. (8)
  • Neither speaking nor moving, they were looking out before them at the traffic; and something in Cecilia revolted at this sight. (8)
  • An omnibus passed, obscuring her view; then, from the edge of the pavement, through a gap in the traffic, she saw him walking on. (8)
  • From the narrow street where no traffic passed, the cries of a coster and distant whistlings mounted through the unwholesome air. (8)
  • He diverged to censure of the marchings and the street-singing: the impediment to traffic, the annoyance to a finely musical ear. (10)
  • As for these good people hurrying to their traffic, and tourists and loungers, they have a trick for killing time without hurting him. (10)
  • She dived into the traffic; but, just as she reached the pavement on the other side, felt her dress plucked and saw Fiorsen just behind her. (8)
  • Speaking little, they wandered among endless darkening streets, whence to return to the light and traffic of the Euston Road seemed like coming back to Heaven. (8)

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Definition of traffic:

  • traffic, traf’ik, n. commerce: large trade: the business done on a railway, &c. | v.i. to trade: to trade meanly. | v.t. to exchange: | pr.p. traff’icking; pa.t. and pa.p. traff’icked. | n. traff’icker. | adj. traff’icless. | n. traff’ic-man’ager, the manager of the traffic on a railway, &c. (0)

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