Sentence for years | Use years in a sentence

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  • For years . (10)
  • Nine years old, sir. (8)
  • It was a shock, after all these years! (8)
  • That was six years ago. (16)
  • My two years are my own. (10)
  • It has been so for years. (10)
  • Twelve years is a long time. (8)
  • He remained three years away. (9)
  • This had happened eight years ago. (5)
  • Five years, and four of them like this! (8)
  • Five years have gone since it all happened. (12)
  • Deep true love, proved by years, is the advocate. (10)
  • I promise her another forty manful working years. (10)
  • Consider my whitening locks, my years and experience. (12)
  • And then, for two years and more, Hosea keeps silence. (14)
  • A few years ago there had been none of these big hotels. (8)
  • Been married two years and five thousand pounds in debt. (18)
  • Her face had not grown old in all those twenty-eight years. (8)
  • There are twenty years upon it, and they make a great load. (10)
  • You have racked the household with fear and shame for years. (10)
  • The fellow was seven years older than himself, no better looking! (8)
  • No wonder, at seventy-two, after twenty years of a third marriage! (8)
  • Only this: that all these eight years of bloodshed had been in vain. (19)
  • It is some credit to me that I have had it five years and not spent it. (10)
  • This hundred years represents the flowering time of polyphony as an art. (3)
  • Years later he passes the same spot, and is surprised by a cherry tree. (12)
  • I have been engaged for several years to Lieutenant Willing, of the Army. (9)
  • A certain French Duke Pasquier died, some years back, at a very advanced age. (10)
  • Those years would soon be outlived: after which, he and she would be of a pattern. (10)
  • A little after this Clemens went abroad with his family, and lived several years in Germany. (9)
  • He led her back to his palace, and for many years they governed the beautiful land together. (5)
  • Handel thereupon withdrew and the year following went to Italy, where he spent several years. (3)
  • The man on whom they had looked shivered over the thought of it after years of blank division. (10)
  • Forty years ago a gentleman, a baronet, had fallen on the back of his head and never recovered. (10)
  • A very philosophical remark for one who has been busily at work building for nearly twenty years. (10)
  • Mrs. Berry used her apron, and by virtue of their tender years took them all three into her heart. (10)
  • Mrs. Palmer was several years younger than Lady Middleton, and totally unlike her in every respect. (4)
  • Frank Smoot, for many years the circus detective, is resting a long sleep in an Illinois graveyard. (21)
  • Once, when he was seven years old, the little fellow woke up at night to see a lady bending over him. (10)
  • An amiable good fellow of a husband, fifteen years older than herself, inclined already to be an invalid. (8)
  • Before Cartier was ready to make another voyage to Canada, five years later, all had pined away and died. (19)
  • The humming birds had fallen like autumn leaves when taken from where they had not hummed for sixty years. (8)
  • A year, at the most two years, later you might have tramped all that country over and not heard one anecdote. (2)
  • They had made the Marienburg their home, and kept it against foreign and domestic foes for five hundred years. (9)
  • I can remember but two metropolitan dailies within twenty-five years that have absolutely suspended publication. (16)
  • He had always had private means, and those early years before he married had passed happily in an East-End parish. (8)
  • He is a greater power now than ever before in his history, and he will become more influential as the years go by. (16)
  • Mrs. Blathenoy claimed Fenellan; she requested him to tell her whether he had known Mrs. Victor Radnor many years. (10)
  • In recent years his pen was a great aid to Theodore Thomas in his efforts to establish the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. (3)
  • Perhaps she was not a very quick woman, if after five years of daily contact with her husband she did not know his nature. (13)
  • Pole thrust his hand to the bell that he might behold poor Chump in an old directory that would call up the blotted years. (10)
  • The Panjandrum, or, as we should call him, King, is elected for a term of ten years, at the expiration of which he is shot. (7)
  • A wild desire to fly took possession of him at the same time, and it seemed as if he were only fourteen years old once more. (5)
  • C. D. Parker=, born in Boston, in 1828, a graduate of Harvard, and a teacher with many years of splendid work to his credit. (3)
  • He was never fond of society, and as years went by he lived more and more like a hermit, absorbed in composition and family life. (3)
  • If she could only have believed that she made him happy, how much happier would the twenty years of their companionship have been! (8)
  • Sir George Grove was director for a number of years and was succeeded by Sir C. H. Hubert Parry, the eminent composer and theorist. (3)
  • He rushed to me, and offered me any terms I pleased, if for three years I would go to the Conservatorio at Milan, and learn submissively. (10)
  • And the memory assailed him of how, four years ago, she had defeated double pneumonia without having a doctor, simply by lying on her back. (8)
  • He thoughtfully patted the plump abdomen which, thanks to the fleshpots of The Blue Pike, had grown so rotund in his fifteen years of service. (5)
  • Companion for thirty years to one whose life had been feverishly punctuated by the attentions of those little beasts, she had no love for them. (8)
  • Such fertility is unique in the history of composition, and is scarcely equalled even by Mozart, whose activity extended over nearly thirty years. (3)
  • After several years of wandering life, he became professor of piano at the Brussels Conservatory, a position which he held until his death, in 1890. (3)
  • Two years passed in attendance on the astute brother-in-law, to whom Fortune now beckoned to come to her and gather his laurels from the pig-tails. (10)
  • The freshest of the village three years gone, She hangs as the white field-rose hangs short-lived; And she and Earth are one In withering unrevived. (10)

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