Sentence for year | Use year in a sentence

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

  • A year ago. (8)
  • Year and a half! (8)
  • Came home this year. (8)
  • Not yet a year married! (8)
  • And then, Juniors get younger every year! (9)
  • And you not married a year. (8)
  • He is worse than last year. (4)
  • Do you live here all the year? (8)
  • Not below three hundred a year. (8)
  • Did ye ever year tell of Orphus? (8)
  • How you can stick in London at this time of year! (8)
  • Do you remember those of last year? (10)
  • My blossom this year is magnificent. (8)
  • At this time of year nothing like it! (8)
  • For a year, Edward had abjured this feast. (10)
  • For a year, Edward had abjured this feast. (22)
  • There was, too, her own three hundred a year. (8)
  • Only this last year had he been able to guess. (8)
  • By and by, was her thought: perhaps next year. (10)
  • That year I had the misfortune to lose my dear mother. (8)
  • What great American was born in the same year as Haydn? (3)
  • And year after year she went on like that! (8)
  • On the Nile, in the winter of the year, Diana met the Hon. (10)
  • So at the end of a year and a half I saw a few more things. (16)
  • Anthony Hackbut is going to receive ten pounds a year extra. (22)
  • The first year, the first day shall be dated from to-morrow. (10)
  • In the following year (1709), however, they fell upon Port Royal. (19)
  • The end of the year they can give a dinner to their acquaintance. (10)
  • I suppose you pay ten or twelve hundred a year for your house here. (9)
  • My connection with it began in the year that this young man was born. (8)
  • Safe now for another year if he could stave off these sharks once more. (8)
  • The year was 1776, and the day was one of lasting memory at Dorminghurst. (18)
  • They would hardly come in their chaise, I think, at that season of the year. (4)
  • We came away rejoicing, and the new series began with the new year following. (9)
  • A more unsightly prospect at this season of the year it would be hard to fancy. (2)
  • Good proof of his fondness for the woman, if he swallows half a year of the aunt! (10)
  • When these things happened, in the year 1654, De la Tour was long past his prime. (19)
  • This method of building costs the fire insurance companies about $60,000,000 a year. (17)
  • Dark under the eyes, he had not the proper gloss of a Dromore at this season of the year. (8)
  • But I should have to pay a thousand a year rent, and that would only leave me five hundred. (8)
  • Hundreds of thousands a year, and tramping it like a pedlar, with a beggar for his friend! (10)
  • If I can get him to promise me one whole year in Italy, our visit to Venice may be deferred. (10)
  • Paying away four thousand a year in income and super tax, one could not very well be worse off! (8)
  • When I had reached my eighteenth Year I was recalled by my Parents to my paternal roof in Wales. (4)
  • I was out there a year, and here I am with only half a game leg; times were a lot worse, then, too. (8)
  • It saved a thousand a year at least to get rid of him, besides all the worry to Winifred and his father. (8)
  • Once he was compelled by Fate to remain there nearly a year; and we went up ourselves to fetch him home. (8)
  • Their size remained equal until their seventh year, when the younger brother began to outstrip the older. (5)
  • Another year from this time there would have been three or four hundred people in the burning tinder box. (13)
  • At this time of the year, and after such a series of rain, we shall certainly have very little more of it. (4)
  • It was here that he had stood looking out into the dark, when Fiorsen came down to ask for Gyp a year ago. (8)
  • It is a curious circumstance that he and Handel, although born in the same year, were destined never to meet. (3)
  • They proposed the membership for Fallow field, five hundred a year, and the loan of a curricle, on condition. (10)
  • After waiting a year he began to see how hopeless it was to expect that France would do anything to save Acadia. (19)
  • Mrs. Fulkerson feels just as I do about it; we had our outing last year, and we want Mrs. March and you to have yours. (9)
  • Mrs. Ferrars, with the utmost liberality, will come forward, and settle on him a thousand a year, if the match takes place. (4)
  • In the year following his marriage, Schumann turned to song-composing, producing more than one hundred songs in this period. (3)
  • Except for the making of money, the whole year of an erected Lakelands, notwithstanding uninterrupted successes, was a blank. (10)
  • If twenty year alters us as have knowed each other on the earth, how must they alter they that we parted with just come from heaven! (10)
  • It pleased my lord to think that she might do so, and not bother him any more about the presentation at Court during the current year. (10)
  • They pursued their journey soon after Anton was dismissed with warm shakes of the hand and appointments for a possible year in the future. (10)
  • From that moment they had never looked back, and now brought Stanley, the sole proprietor, an income of full fifteen thousand pounds a year. (8)
  • Easter came particularly late this year, as Fanny had most sorrowfully considered, on first learning that she had no chance of leaving Portsmouth till after it. (4)

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