Sentence for with | Use with in a sentence

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  • A step or two farther I was overtaken by an old man in a brown nightcap, clear-eyed, weather-beaten, with a faint excited smile. (2)
  • All Bavaria could not equal Cologne for quantity made away with. (10)
  • Almost as tall as Shelton, she looked taller, with arms raised and loose sleeves quivering like wings to the movements of her fingers. (8)
  • Alone there with the serene, the blue, the sunlit sea, his heart relaxed a little. (8)
  • An open mind for new impressions came with the warmth of our clothes. (10)
  • And he thought with alarm of his father. (8)
  • Are they living with you? (8)
  • At eight he had breakfasted with Noel, before she went off to her hospital, whence she would return at eight in the evening. (8)
  • At one side of the fire-place sat Malone, his face florid with drinking, and his eyeballs projecting. (6)
  • Beamish repressed the chthonic natural with a rod of iron beneath his rule. (10)
  • Coming back across the burnt-up grass, strewn with paper bags, banana peel, and the cores of apples, he hooked his hand into her arm. (8)
  • Dahlia, will you do me the favour to speak two or three words with me before I go? (10)
  • Durgin, with a glance as of surprise at seeing her. (9)
  • Emma lay with her that night, when the patient was, the better sleeper. (10)
  • Fields were there, from Boston, and I renewed all the pleasure of my earlier meetings with them. (9)
  • Half a dozen bills, a few receipts, and the little pink note with the blue forget-me-not. (8)
  • He battered his guitar on their pates till the lattice opened with a cry, and startled them to flight. (10)
  • He found himself rejoicing with her, and he found himself on simpler and franker terms with her than ever before. (9)
  • He has to know, must know; all who deal closely with us must know. (10)
  • He has, with an accountant at his elbow, really the genius of management. (10)
  • He is forever finding fault with me, for some incorrectness of language, and now he is taking the same liberty with you. (4)
  • He lived in a little white-washed room, which was not even floored, but only paved with common tiles. (5)
  • He said to himself that if Penelope were engaged to Corey that very minute, he would make her break with him. (9)
  • He was amazed that he had not thought of that, but he refused to see any difficulty which his happiness could not cope with. (9)
  • He was old, and certain luxuries had become habits if not necessaries with him. (9)
  • He woke with a sense of odd disturbance. (8)
  • Her error was in arguing their attitude from her own temperament, and endowing them, for the purposes of argument, with her perspective. (9)
  • Her spirit became one with that calm unimaginable freedom. (8)
  • I could take a thrashing rather than not on with the gloves to begin the day. (10)
  • I fall in love with the poor, and think they have a cause to be pleaded, when I look at those people. (10)
  • I give him a lift on his ladder with all my heart. (10)
  • It is for me that my cousin, Count Ammiani, droops in prison when he should be with his bride. (10)
  • It is; and I sympathise with it. (8)
  • It might be he, and March was glad to postpone the impending question to his curiosity concerning the immediate business Fulkerson might have with him. (9)
  • It was soon Uppercross with him almost every day. (4)
  • It would not do to make an open breach with her. (8)
  • Lapham, who would perhaps have agreed of herself, shook her head with misgiving. (9)
  • Laughter, with so much to arouse it, hardly had any foothold within me to stir my wits. (10)
  • Leighton sank deep into an accusing gloom when at last she found herself alone with her daughter. (9)
  • Many carry a whisky-bottle in their pocket, which they will press with embarrassing effusion on a perfect stranger. (2)
  • On this occasion he was vindictive against her, seeing that she had delivered him over to his enemy with malice prepense. (10)
  • One day Jack came to me with a rather more sinful proposal than he had heretofore done me the honor to submit. (7)
  • Ottilia danced with Prince Hermann at the grand Ball given in honour of him. (10)
  • Peyton Farquhar was dead; his body, with a broken neck, swung gently from side to side beneath the timbers of the Owl Creek bridge. (1)
  • She had been invited to join the consultation of her uncle with his lawyer. (10)
  • She hoped that she was white, and indeed she was, with finger-marks under the eyes, for she had suffered greatly this last hour. (8)
  • She inclined to think she was having to do with an intrepid foreign-bred minx. (10)
  • She is a married woman, and the fact is patent that you committed this crime with the view of furthering an immoral design. (8)
  • She saw him about noon sally forth towards the river, with his rod. (8)
  • She showed him the bowling alley, and began to play tennis with him. (9)
  • She waited with trembling for her to give the affair sanction by making her aunt ask him to something at her house. (9)
  • She was standing quite still, biting her lip-very pretty, with her fine, dark hair blown loose about her face, and her eyes cast down. (8)
  • She, too, looked happy, as if her soul were dancing, vibrating with the music and the scent of the flowers. (8)
  • Shelton became involved in argument with his neighbour on the English character. (8)
  • So, I shall have to compete with other buyers, and pay, I dare say, a couple of hundred extra for the property. (10)
  • The director finished his remarks, combed his beard with his fingers, and sat down. (8)
  • The duchess measured Chloe and the beau together, with a mind swift in apprehending all that it hungered for. (10)
  • The first morning song ceased, and at the silence the sun smiled out in golden irony, and everything was shot with colour. (8)
  • The suavity of this pronouncement enfolded all as with a blessing. (8)
  • The thought that she might go to the arms of another man made him put down his violin with a feeling of actual sickness. (8)
  • The woods were full of it; the waters rolled with it, and the winds. (10)
  • The young man could scarcely believe his master was not stooping to jest with him. (10)
  • There never was a house with so many beautiful creepers. (10)
  • Thus she has a madman and a fool, and what may not be done with a madman and a fool? (10)
  • Till this should happen he waited with an apathetic patience of which his present abeyance was a detail. (9)
  • Victor approved: with the deadened feeling common to us when first in sad earnest we consent to take life as it is. (10)
  • When she entered his room she found him sitting up in bed with burning cheeks and coughing violently. (5)

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