Sentence for where | Use where in a sentence

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  • Across her shoulders, and behind, flowed large loose curls, brown in shadow, almost golden where the ray touched them. (10)
  • Algernon was exactly in the position where righteous anger is the proper weapon, if not the sole resource. (10)
  • And he paced up and down the garden, where the wind was melancholy in the boughs of the walnut-tree that had lost all its leaves. (8)
  • And now where were they? (8)
  • And, turning on his face, he rested his chin on his hands, and stared at the short grass where the little blue milkwort was growing…. (8)
  • Angular bits of iron, concavo-convex, sticking in the sides of muddy depressions, showed where shells had exploded in their furrows. (7)
  • Berry was only silly where her own soft heart was concerned. (10)
  • Bianca did not follow, but stole back into the garden, where the sun was still falling on a bed of wallflowers at the far end. (8)
  • But where is her all-conquering brother? (4)
  • But where were our armed men? (10)
  • But where you have heroes and heroines, these terrible complications ensue. (10)
  • But here, in regard to Art, is where mankind at large comes on the field. (8)
  • But that was just where I was mistaken. (9)
  • But the Countess, who had given Rose to Evan, and the Duke to Caroline, where was her supporter? (10)
  • But you may not at first see where the spoiling hurts him. (10)
  • Flashes of guns were but flashes of guns up there where she knelt. (10)
  • Gentlemen who have food in their stomachs, money in their pockets, and know where to get more, they never think. (8)
  • Having recovered that, he lighted it and instantly turned his eyes to the table, where, naturally, nothing had undergone any change. (1)
  • He came to the opening of the street where Dromore lived. (8)
  • He caught a fever in the French camp, where he was dispensing vivers and provends out of English hampers. (10)
  • He had left it for his own good, and come to the only other country where he could live well. (8)
  • He is settled with his idolized mother in New York, where he is obscurely attached to one of the newspapers. (9)
  • He sat in darkness in the room where Carlo had spoken, thinking of him as living and dead. (10)
  • He took him into the Parliament house, and showed him where she sat while the queen- mother read the address from the throne. (9)
  • He was on the footing where men are precipitated by what is within them to blunder. (10)
  • He would not speak another word to him, meet him where he might, for all the world! (4)
  • His delight was to find every day some new nook where they could bathe, and dry themselves by sitting in the sun. (8)
  • How didt you findt where I lif? (9)
  • I do not know where they are carrying me, but I think I am in friendly hands. (10)
  • I had to relieve her apprehensions by questioning where the dog was. (10)
  • In face they were commonplace, with nothing but the American poetry of vivid purpose to light them up, where they did not wholly lack fire. (9)
  • In my cover, where I lay panting like a hare, I could hear a deal of shouting and hard riding and an occasional shot. (7)
  • It exists, of course; it must in a city of eighteen hundred thousand people, and the only question is where to find it. (9)
  • It revealed where the blow struck sharpest. (10)
  • It was Soames, who, crossing from the shady side of Piccadilly, where he had been walking home from the office, had suddenly appeared alongside. (8)
  • James was at the Harvard Law School, where, perhaps, he did not study a great deal of law. (9)
  • Long I stood in that thicket gazing at the spot where she had leapt from me over the edge of the world-my heart quivering. (8)
  • Moreover, it is a quality that may well be looked for where it does not exist. (8)
  • Or where should we be? (10)
  • Perhaps this was because I had reached the point through my acquaintance with Tolstoy where I was impatient even of the artifice that hid itself. (9)
  • Pole at his office, where she fell upon the youth Braintop, and made him her own for the day. (10)
  • She felt herself already a wanderer in a land of tombs, where none could say whether morning had come or gone. (10)
  • She had promised to keep her; and Margaret was pleased with the notion of going to New York, where she had a cousin. (9)
  • She named an hotel where she had taken rooms for him. (10)
  • She pleaded to go back to that place where you had to leave her, promising she would not come Westward; but was persuaded. (10)
  • She was present at that fencing match where you plucked a laurel? (10)
  • She was unable to imagine danger where her own impelling thirst was pure. (10)
  • She wrestled with him where the darknesses roll their snake-eyed torrents over between jagged horns of the netherworld. (10)
  • Tell me where my wife is. (8)
  • The brothers quitted Bologna for Venice, where there was the bed of a conspiracy. (10)
  • The captain shrugged over his clean abyss, where nothing was. (10)
  • The stars which so powdered the summer sky seem mostly to have gone back to town, where no doubt people take them for electric lights. (9)
  • The wide world she described as a heath, where you looked and never saw the end of it I let her talk on. (10)
  • The young lady lands us where we were at the beginning; such must have been her humorous intention. (10)
  • Then he could show them all where they were. (8)
  • Then she and her aunt went into the large, dull library, where they passed the evenings which Bessie did not spend in some social function. (9)
  • To-night: at twelve: in the room where we spoke last. (10)
  • Very well, but where do we drive the teams? (10)
  • Was it wise to put himself into a position where he might have to eat his words? (8)
  • Westover where I want Jeff should go. (9)
  • When they came to a street lamp where she could see him, he nodded and said yes, or no, respectfully. (9)
  • Where did I go after? (8)
  • Where did you leave her? (8)
  • Where did you pick him up? (8)
  • Where he dwelt, how he got upon this high ridge, or how he proposed to get down again, were more than I could fancy. (2)
  • Where is the shame, if titles are created to attract? (10)
  • Where one single nook of shelter and escape from them! (10)
  • Where people wish to attach, they should always be ignorant. (4)
  • Where was the home of this mighty secret feeling that sprang so suddenly out of the dark, and caught you by the throat? (8)
  • Where were these young people? (8)
  • Where would Pessimist and Optimist be? (10)

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