Sentence for word | Use word in a sentence

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  • And he had not yet said one word to her. (8)
  • And he, without a word, came in and stood by the hearth, looking down at the empty grate. (8)
  • And yet he felt as if he had not had the last word. (8)
  • And you may take my word for it, Jorian, that I will give Alphonse his medical dose. (10)
  • Believe me the single word of Langford is not of such potent intelligence as to supersede the necessity of more. (4)
  • But I promised your friend to speak to the partners, and I always keep my word. (8)
  • But in both there was always some little word of the longing within them. (8)
  • But you have not told me a word of yourself. (10)
  • By lunch-time the next day she had not dared to say a word. (8)
  • Cecilia, indeed, had used this word instinctively. (8)
  • Constancy: I am not afraid of the word. (4)
  • Count the amount that makes for each word of a letter a marvel of brevity, considering the purport! (10)
  • Eveleen snatched the last word. (10)
  • Even they had ceased, and for four months she had heard no word. (8)
  • Every act, every word, every thought of his is regulated by conscience. (9)
  • Give us your word, to hold your peace! (8)
  • Grandada has not spoken a word to me on the subject. (10)
  • Hate is not the word: it burns so hot and steady with me. (10)
  • Have we your word to say nothing? (8)
  • He could not speak a word for full ten minutes. (4)
  • He dropped a pleasant word on the heads in the curricle. (10)
  • He had sent no word beforehand, so walked up from the station, entering his domain by the coppice gate. (8)
  • He had that kind of critical fastidiousness which a word will rouse into activity. (8)
  • He saw a short word prepared for Emma, and given to her with a look sly and demure. (4)
  • He would not speak another word to him, meet him where he might, for all the world! (4)
  • Her eyes told him that she was ready to listen, though she still uttered no word of reply. (5)
  • His use of the word sincere, in connection with Lord Settleham, was at once pounced on. (8)
  • I have word from my manager there. (10)
  • I have a proper fear of the word. (10)
  • I see nothing alarming in the word. (4)
  • If in that letter there had been a word of complaint or even of regret! (8)
  • In return, sir, favour me with your word of honour not to molest this gentleman any further. (10)
  • In spite of provocation, I shall simply shoot the other; I pledge my word to it. (10)
  • It was not a word to use thus loosely! (8)
  • Jeff told me every word about it. (9)
  • March took his fingers off the quarter, and went down-stairs and out of the door without another word. (9)
  • Norris had not another word to say. (4)
  • Not a word of the lover about to be decorated with the title of husband. (10)
  • Not a word to our friend up yonder. (10)
  • Not one word of his brief could he take in. (8)
  • Now she did not say a word, though she might have done it with impunity. (10)
  • One begged the word of pardon from Emilia to cover his retreat. (10)
  • Penelope took the word. (9)
  • Semhians is agitating outside them to say a word? (10)
  • Sharp is the word, you see! (4)
  • She began not to understand a word they said, and was obliged to plead indisposition and excuse herself. (4)
  • She had not as yet pledged her word. (10)
  • She was a good woman, or she would have had her vengeance, and there was never a word against her. (10)
  • She went without uttering a word. (10)
  • Shrapnel had not spoken a word. (10)
  • That is, as to the word, I constitute myself your echo, to clear any vestige of suspicion. (10)
  • The word for a frog particularly pleased her fancy; and it would be curious to know if she afterwards employed it in her works. (2)
  • The word scribbled on the page! (8)
  • The baronet thought it better that their meeting should be private, and sent word for Lucy to wait upstairs. (10)
  • The room was a cage to both of them, and every word of either was a sting. (10)
  • The water did not touch him, but he started back in surprise and grief, and vanished into the night without a word. (9)
  • They were anxious to speak, and they could not choose the word to utter. (10)
  • Up to London without a word to him? (8)
  • Upon my word it is enough to put one in a fright. (4)
  • Victor left word with Nesta, that the dear mother was not to be disturbed. (10)
  • Was the word successor? (10)
  • What was that odious word? (8)
  • When I pledged my word to the squire I had reason to imagine the two months a sufficient time. (10)
  • Would she not say a word to him before he got out of the room, would she not try and keep him? (8)
  • You see, I have to take your word for all that. (8)

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