2053 examples of usage in sentences

I don't mean to say that I would marry a woman I disliked, and take it out of her in ill-usage or neglect.

Cumulative review, functional grammar and usage.

Sentence mastery and review of functional grammar and usage.

Cumulative review, functional grammar and usage, by J. Martyn Walsh & Anna Kathleen Walsh.

Anna Kathleen Walsh (co-author & C of J. Martyn Walsh); 26Feb63; R311181. <pb id='220.png' n='1963h1/A/0992' /> Sentence mastery and review of functional grammar and usage, by J. Martyn Walsh & Anna Kathleen Walsh.

Handbook of English usage.

BAIR, FREDERICK H. Manual, and key to Better English usage.

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Sentence mastery and review of functional grammar and usage.

a cyclopedia of correct English usage.

Baynard Kendrick (A); 9Mar70; R480494. KENNEDY, ARTHUR G. English usage; a study in policy and procedure.

KENNEDY, JAMES M. English usage.

This "plan" was to study the religion, laws, and institutions of his Hindu subjects in order that he might govern as far as possible in conformity with Hindu usage.

So far from intoxication is he, that there is a fable of some hard knocks and ill usage, and even of a thick head being beaten against the harder stones of the courtyard behind, when the said thick head was helpless from much ale.

"The following singular usage obtains universally ... all conjugal intercourse is entirely suspended from the time of accouchement until the child be completely weaned, which seldom takes place before it is able to run about.

The fact that our usage in this respect is a mere convention, not based on physiological facts, makes it all the more reprehensible to falsify psychology by adorning aboriginal tales with the borrowed plumes and phrases of civilization.

The Count of Charolais was informed of it; and in his impetuous wrath he wrote to King Louis, dubbing him simply Sir, instead of giving him, according to the usage between vassal and suzerain, the title of My most dread lord, "May it please you to wit, that some time ago I was apprised of a matter at which I cannot be too much astounded.

"I verily believe," says Commynes, "that if just then the duke had found those whom he addressed ready to encourage him, or advise him to do the king a bad turn, he would have done it; but at that time I was still with the said duke; I served him as chamberlain, and I slept in his room when I pleased, for such was the usage of that house.

This was a usage which Harry was not the man to endure, and there soon arose a scuffle, in which blows had passed between them.

But, on the other hand, had passion not completely got the better of him, had he not at the moment considered the attack made upon him to amount to misconduct so gross as to supersede all necessity for gentle usage on his own part, he would hardly have left the man to live or die as chance would have it.

It might be supposed that in the Western Church the custom was merely a survival of the old Roman usage of renewing the fire on the first of March, were it not that the observance by the Eastern Church of the custom on the same day seems to point back to a still older period when the ceremony of lighting a new fire in spring, perhaps at the vernal equinox, was common to many peoples of the Mediterranean area.

It was, likewise, their usage to light two fires to Bèl, in every district of Ireland, at this season, and to drive a pair of each kind of cattle that the district contained, between those two fires, as a preservative to guard them against all the diseases of that year.

2053 examples of  usage  in sentences