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

  • It was the last word! (8)
  • Yes; say the word. (22)
  • Take my word for it. (10)
  • Rose faltered a word. (10)
  • Just a word, Mr. James. (8)
  • The word came from John. (8)
  • Was the word successor? (10)
  • Sharp is the word, you see! (4)
  • I give you my word for that. (13)
  • Ungenerous is no word for it. (10)
  • He pronounced the word ironically. (13)
  • I see nothing alarming in the word. (4)
  • She had pledged her word, she said. (10)
  • You may take my word for it, though? (9)
  • Lady Jane alone of all said not a word. (6)
  • Not a word of remonstrance or complaint. (8)
  • What is the origin of the word Madrigal? (3)
  • From Carlo Ammiani there came not a word. (10)
  • Chillon hushed that: his chief had his word. (10)
  • Master Gammon had likewise written his word. (10)
  • The application of such a word to such a man! (10)
  • He took the cover off it for her without a word. (8)
  • What is the meaning of that word so wildly used? (8)
  • What on earth had made him use a word like that! (8)
  • Could he not with a word dash my hopes for ever? (10)
  • Neither of them heard a word that Mr. Stone was reading. (8)
  • The man whom he salutes as his Chief gave him word to go there. (10)
  • Ponder on that pregnant word, for you are about to see him grow. (10)
  • Pippin drove him home at a furious pace, not uttering a single word. (8)
  • Christian lit the lamp; and he looked at her hungrily without a word. (8)
  • I consider that that exonerated him for breaking his word, completely. (9)
  • Amor, the word she had in mind, certainly has a connection with Arson. (10)
  • And in connection with this matter of stains, a word may not be amiss. (17)
  • Any small chance word may carry a sting for the neophyte in penitence. (10)
  • Such a reform, if reform there has to be, would, in a word, be constructive. (16)
  • Death is the word of a bovine day, Know you the breast of the springing To-be. (10)
  • He had that kind of critical fastidiousness which a word will rouse into activity. (8)
  • And at that word of fear I rose and invited my companion to return toward the town. (8)
  • And, three days later, without another word exchanged on the subject, they started. (8)
  • At half-past seven she sent word that her headache was too bad to allow her to go out. (8)
  • Her eyes told him that she was ready to listen, though she still uttered no word of reply. (5)
  • I give you my word; and here we have Shrapnel insisting on respect for the marriage laws. (10)
  • My grandfather pledged his word to Janet that he would restore us to an amicable footing. (10)
  • Every one went about with smiles lurking in their eyes, and ready to break forth at a word. (8)
  • Not even his touch on her cheek under the olives equalled the simple treasure of that word. (8)
  • The inhabitants of Mogon-Zwair call themselves Golampis, a word signifying Sons of the Fair Star. (7)
  • While Evan spoke a word of angry reproof to Raikes, Harry had to be restrained by his two friends. (10)
  • However unsocial in the proper sense of the word, he by no means lacked company in these Oxford days. (8)
  • He had said the word: and the first vanity of your born eccentric is, that he shall be taken for infallible. (10)
  • Sending word to his fellow-officer, De Harren, he distributed his dusky allies through the woods and waited. (19)
  • When the sods had been cast on, the last word spoken, she walked her way back, happy in being alone, unnoticed. (10)
  • And he and his son, without another word, turned oil to the next chestnut-tree but one, which they set to pruning. (2)
  • The hero of her childhood, the friend of her womanhood, and her hero still, might have taken her with half a word. (10)
  • I have been obliged to write word to Mrs. Beauchamp that I believe Nevil to have made a true statement of the facts. (10)
  • Creation, of course, is the wrong word; it says too much; but in default of a better word, it may stand. (9)
  • That worm-like thread of voice came up to him still from sexton-depths: it sounded a larger forgiveness without the word. (10)
  • Major Waring inquired more than once during the afternoon, and Robert assured him that Mrs. Lovell had given him her word. (10)
  • He had wrongly used that word; it sounded malicious; and to call consenting the same in fact as choosing was wilfully unjust. (10)
  • She had hardly been able to speak a word, and every look and action had shewn how deeply she was suffering from consciousness. (4)
  • He got no farther than the length of the whip, and all he gained was to bring on himself the terrible word of drill once more. (10)
  • She sat down on a chair, bent far over toward Karen, and spoke in a raised voice so that no word should escape the dying woman. (12)
  • Miss Louisa Lynde had heard the word so often from her niece and nephew, that she imagined herself in full possession of its meaning. (9)
  • It was at Quebec (a word meaning in the Indian language a strait) that on the third day of July 1607 Champlain gave orders to disembark. (19)
  • Tinman continued muttering angrily over the Australian wines, with a word of irritation at Gippsland, while promising to be watchful of his temper. (10)

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