Sentence for yards | Use yards in a sentence

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  • About fifty yards. (8)
  • Not more than fifty yards, sir. (8)
  • No others within three hundred yards. (8)
  • He got out to walk the last few hundred yards. (8)
  • He moved away a few yards, and stood looking up. (8)
  • This gave us a front of about two hundred yards. (7)
  • Another hundred yards and he would be bang into it. (8)
  • They were soon within thirty yards of the gentleman. (4)
  • A few yards away his men were standing at their guns. (1)
  • Meantime the young horseman has advanced a hundred yards. (1)
  • At the extreme left and a few yards behind came the captain. (1)
  • I could not, indeed, see the water more than a few yards out. (7)
  • Chimneys within three hundred yards, right in front of this house! (8)
  • If her lover knew that within five yards of him were those two men! (8)
  • Miss Dale, for example, becomes old lace within a dozen yards of it. (10)
  • Out of the corner of her eye she could see a man standing a few yards off. (8)
  • Otherwise we are in the breeding yards, among the litters and the farrows. (10)
  • There was no wind, and not a whisper in the old oak-tree twenty yards away! (8)
  • She stopped after going perhaps three hundred yards, by the edge of the wood. (8)
  • His world was a few square yards of wet and trampled earth about the feet of his horse. (1)
  • A few hundred yards farther brought us to a plantation bordering our road upon the right. (7)
  • Every fifty yards a yoke of great-necked stolid oxen were patiently haling at the plough. (2)
  • He walked a hundred yards or more, contented with that thought, then lost its comfort utterly. (8)
  • They had not gone twenty yards when they met Derek striding along, pale, wild, unhappy-looking. (8)
  • He was but a dozen yards from the shore; and Hilary, alarmed at not seeing him reappear, ran in. (8)
  • Perhaps he was there, playing cards or billiards, a few yards away, and yet as in another world. (8)
  • There was the little river within twenty yards, its clear dark water running between thick foliage. (8)
  • A hundred yards in rear was a second line; behind this, the reserve brigades and divisions in column. (1)
  • On a bare strip of pasture, within thirty yards, in the full sun, an old horse was tethered to a peg. (8)
  • A minute later the fox went to earth within a few hundred yards of the leading hound, and she was glad. (8)
  • Could it be less than twenty-four hours since he had picked up her handkerchief, not thirty yards away? (8)
  • I suppose I only had twenty yards or so to walk to the carnage, but he seemed to spring up in the street. (8)
  • She stopped about a dozen yards away, to pat Balthasar and pretend that this was all she had in her mind. (8)
  • About twenty yards ahead the curricle was halted and turned about to see the extent of the mischief done. (10)
  • At intervals of a few hundred yards we passed dim figures on horseback by the roadside, enjoining silence. (7)
  • A British shell from close over his head burst sixty yards ahead; he stumbled, fell flat, picked himself up. (8)
  • A jay had settled about forty yards away, and remained in full view, attending to his many-coloured feathers. (8)
  • Instantly the wall is topped with a fierce roll of smoke for a distance of hundreds of yards to right and left. (1)
  • Brayle was beyond recall, galloping easily along, parallel to the enemy and less than two hundred yards distant. (1)
  • So many yards before the first line of trenches, so many yards to the second line, and there stop. (8)
  • Even at that distance of a hundred yards and more he could see the dawning recognition in the obese brown-white body. (8)
  • Sir Roger came on at a slapping pace, and when within two yards of the brink, rose to it, and cleared it like a deer. (6)
  • The policeman was marching solemnly, about twenty-five yards away, paying apparently no attention to anything whatever. (8)
  • Every two or three hundred yards a tree had fallen across the river, and usually involved more than another in its fall. (2)
  • I rode fifty yards up the lane, between the church and the house, in order to look about me; and saw how it might all be. (4)
  • They were within twenty yards of each other, and so abrupt was his appearance, that it was impossible to avoid his sight. (4)
  • Go and gaze at one of our big ships coming out of an engagement home with all her flags flying and her crew manning the yards. (10)
  • She turned into the lane; dimly, a hundred or more yards away, she could see the willows, the width of lighter grey that was the river. (8)
  • He was splashing and struggling out of his depth, perhaps a hundred yards away; suddenly he gave a cry, threw up his arms, and went down. (8)
  • And behind these new and noisy combatants, at a distance of two or three hundred yards, could be seen, indistinct among the trees a line-of-battle! (1)
  • He divined instantaneously that the English-Austrian spoken of by Barto Rizzo was the officer sitting on horseback within half-a-dozen yards of him. (10)

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