Example Sentences

Accredit - To give credit or authority to.
Accredit In A Sentence

Distemper - A disease or malady.
Distemper In A Sentence

Capitulate - To surrender or stipulate terms.
Capitulate In A Sentence

Vendible - Marketable.
Vendible In A Sentence

Divinity - The quality or character of being godlike.
Divinity In A Sentence

Protagonist - A leader in any enterprise or contest.
Protagonist In A Sentence

Entrench - To fortify or protect, as with a trench or ditch and wall.
Entrench In A Sentence

Sordid - Of degraded character or nature.
Sordid In A Sentence

Composure - Calmness.
Composure In A Sentence

Perverse - Unreasonable.
Perverse In A Sentence

Nominee - One who receives a nomination.
Nominee In A Sentence

Philology - The study of language in connection with history and literature.
Philology In A Sentence

What were you doing 2 hours ago? What were you doing 1 hour before that?
2 Hours Ago 1 Hour Before

If you had just 10 minutes left to live, what exactly would you do in those 10 minutes?
10 Minutes Left To Live

What was your favorite subject when you were in school and why?
Favorite School Subject

What movie do you watch again and again and not get bored of it at all?
Not A Boring Movie

What according to you are the 3 best fruits to eat and why?
3 Best Fruits To Eat

Which fruit do you think you most resemble and why?
Fruit Question

If you were given a choice between being given great wisdom, lots of fame or great wealth, which would you choose and why?
Wisdom Fame Or Wealth

Evanescence - To vanish gradually.
Evanescence In A Sentence

Astute - Keen in discernment.
Astute In A Sentence

Washerwoman - Laundress.
Washerwoman In A Sentence

Laundress - Washerwoman.
Laundress In A Sentence

Transmit - To send through or across.
Transmit In A Sentence

Evanesce - To vanish gradually.
Evanesce In A Sentence

Trajectory - The path described by a projectile moving under given forces.
Trajectory In A Sentence

Faction - A number of persons combined for a common purpose.
Faction In A Sentence

Improvise - To do anything extemporaneously or offhand.
Improvise In A Sentence

Inexpressible - Unutterable.
Inexpressible In A Sentence

Unutterable - Inexpressible.
Unutterable In A Sentence

Tyranny - Absolute power arbitrarily or unjustly administrated.
Tyranny In A Sentence

If you had 1 extra hour a day to do anything that you wanted, what would you do? Why?
1 Extra Hour A Day

If you could start your own restaurant, what would it be and why?
Start Your Own Restaurant

What were you doing 30 minutes ago? What were you doing 30 minutes before that?
30 Minutes Ago And Before

3 best ways to relax after a long tiring day at school or work?
3 Best Ways To Relax

Mentor - A wise and faithful teacher, guide, and friend.
Mentor In A Sentence

Insignificance - Lack of import or of importance.
Insignificance In A Sentence

Mite - A very small amount, portion, or particle.
Mite In A Sentence

Fastidious - Hard to please.
Fastidious In A Sentence

Insomnia - Sleeplessness.
Insomnia In A Sentence

Assailant - One who attacks.
Assailant In A Sentence

Sheer - Absolute.
Sheer In A Sentence

Acknowledgment - Recognition.
Acknowledgment In A Sentence

If you had just 45 minutes left to live, what would you do with that time?
45 Minutes Left To Live

What are the 3 most beautiful things you have ever seen?
3 Most Beautiful Things

What would you do if you were the last person on this earth?
Last Person On Earth

If you could be invisible, where would you go and what would you do?
Invisible Plan

Who were the last people you ate with? What did you eat with them?
Last Meal Plan

Name any 3 movies that you really enjoy watching whenever it comes on TV?
3 Enjoyable Movies

Advocate - One who pleads the cause of another, as in a legal or ecclesiastical court.
Advocate In A Sentence

Introvert - To turn within.
Introvert In A Sentence

Concealment - Secrecy.
Concealment In A Sentence

Secrecy - Concealment.
Secrecy In A Sentence

Inject - To introduce, as a fluid, by injection.
Inject In A Sentence

Elapse - To quietly terminate: said of time.
Elapse In A Sentence

Lassie - A little lass.
Lassie In A Sentence

Bungle - To execute clumsily.
Bungle In A Sentence

Centimeter - A length of one hundredth of a meter.
Centimeter In A Sentence

Amphitheater - An edifice of elliptical shape, constructed about a central open space or arena.
Amphitheater In A Sentence

Uncommon - Infrequent.
Uncommon In A Sentence

Infrequent - Uncommon.
Infrequent In A Sentence

What were you doing 18 minutes ago?
18 Minutes Ago

Name any 4 things you do during the afternoon?
Afternoon Things

Playful - Frolicsome.
Playful In A Sentence

Tolerance - Forbearance in judging of the acts or opinions of others.
Tolerance In A Sentence

Angelic - Saintly.
Angelic In A Sentence

Interact - To act reciprocally.
Interact In A Sentence

Exclusion - Non-admission, not allowed to participate.
Exclusion In A Sentence

Occult - Existing but not immediately perceptible.
Occult In A Sentence

Gamble - To risk money or other possession on an event, chance, or contingency.
Gamble In A Sentence

Refute - To prove to be wrong.
Refute In A Sentence

Despicable - Deserving hatred and contempt, contemptible.
Despicable In A Sentence

Inept - Not fit or suitable.
Inept In A Sentence

Lactic - Pertaining to milk.
Lactic In A Sentence

Ally - A person or thing connected with another, usually in some relation of helpfulness.
Ally In A Sentence

Amateur - Practicing an art or occupation for the love of it, but not as a profession.
Amateur In A Sentence

Pavilion - An open structure for temporary shelter.
Pavilion In A Sentence

Noiseless - Silent.
Noiseless In A Sentence

Tact - Fine or ready mental discernment shown in saying or doing the proper thing.
Tact In A Sentence

Recover - To regain.
Recover In A Sentence

Dignitary - One who holds high rank.
Dignitary In A Sentence

Titanic - Of vast size or strength.
Titanic In A Sentence

Presumption - That which may be logically assumed to be true until disproved.
Presumption In A Sentence

Solace - Comfort in grief, trouble, or calamity.
Solace In A Sentence

Extinguish - To render extinct, to wipe out.
Extinguish In A Sentence

Gauge - An instrument for measuring.
Gauge In A Sentence

Reluctant - Unwilling.
Reluctant In A Sentence

Decency - Moral fitness.
Decency In A Sentence

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