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95 examples of  weekends  in sentences

95 examples of weekends in sentences

She planned a place for them where they could spend weekends or where they could rest when they were getting over sickness.

Marty came in to high school from the farm, and often he stayed with J.W. over the weekend.

The shop assistant told me that as they were expecting fish the following weekend almost all their tanks were empty.

Wait until Oskaloosa comes in this weekend.

"I'm up in London with father for the weekend.

On further inquiry I learned that there was some good forest a day's journey distant, and it was quite the fashion among the panthers of that place to spend a weekend occasionally at a spot so full of all delights as this dark, jungle-smothered fort.

The State Department at Washington made me come down for several weekends and your Military Officer at home had me in on three successive days.

Thursdays, because weekends were unpredictable.

I met her bus that weekend, but she wasn't on it.

Joe was an athlete, a most likely to succeed guy; yet there he was every weekend in the BX with Shannon, fascinated by the aging bus boy loading his cart.

Not only that, he had spent months staring into his monitor, living on the Internet, reading the Wall St. Journal every day and Barrons every weekend, and dreaming about how he would invest $450,000.

What do you do on weekends?

I've got some orders I'm trying to get out by the weekend."

This weekend was a parent's reward; he accepted it gratefully.

My daughter got married this weekend.

He was letting go after the long weekend and was sorry to see her leave.

Joe sat on the last beach before Diamond Head, a place where he and Sally and Kate had often come on weekends.

"No problem," she e-mailed back, "we're out every weekend looking at houses."

" "There's supposed to be a party this weekend, Saturday, on the mountain.

" "She's coming through this weekend.

After a Guinness, Oliver felt more like himself, but as he walked through the Old Port he passed an office supply store, closed for the weekend, and he remembered the ruler.

" "This could be the weekend," Oliver said hopefully.

Butit will just have to be a lost weekend."

The weekend after next would be perfect.

"I'm going on a short tripthree days, maybe four, next weekend.

They stayed around the apartment most of the weekend.

" "Sweetums, next weekend . . .

"What are weekends for?"

For we had both disliked the husband with a great dislike, and during his three years' married life had only been to the house oncefor a weekend visit; arriving late on Saturday, we had left after an early breakfast on Monday morning.

She invited him to spend the weekend with her father and herself, to talk over the book and other things.

He came to spend the weekend with us, and expressed such disappointment at your absence that I gave him your address so he could look you up.

" "I had a charming weekend in the country.

The first interruption came with the advent of Richard Strong to spend the weekend, and Jarvis made no comment when Bambi announced his coming and declared Saturday a holiday.

he said, in the manner of a host greeting a party bidden for the weekend.

He had just come in from such an "extra," one day during the busy Fourth of July weekend, and climbed out upon the wharf when the shadows of the pile-heads stretched darkly up the streetway.

EVEN AS HE ANNOUNCED recently his decision to quit the Herald and launch his own weekend paper, Rajan is back to donning his role as a 'protector of the minorities'.

This writer's feature, focussing Jos with his plusses and minuses, appeared in the weekend magazine section of Herald, then looked after by Ethel da Costa.

Things they say were even better during Umesh Gaonkar's tenure as the officer in charge of the Panjim town police station, with several weekend outings for journalists covering crime.

But the poor Turco might not unreasonably ask, after a weekend in Belgium, what more diabolical things he could do than the highly cultured Germans were doing themselves.

The perfect weekend.

A long weekend.

Strange weekend, by Mary Borden.

A weekend at Lady Astor's.

Frederick Nebel (A); 8Apr66; R383977. Weekend to kill.

Lines from the weekend tourist's heart.

The long weekend, by Robert Graves & Alan Hodge.

The long weekend.

TURNBULL, G. O. Weekend with death.

TURNBULL, PATRICIA WENTWORTH. Weekend with death, by Patricia Wentworth.

Whitfield Cook (A); 31Jan69; R454994. Violet's weekend visit.

The lost weekend.

The lost weekend.

A weekend with the angels.

The lost weekend; Red roses for me.

BOLTON, GUY. Weekend at the Waldorf. SEE LEE, CHARLES.

Weekend at the Waldorf; a film classic.

METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. Weekend at the Waldorf. SEE LEE, CHARLES.

SPEWAK, BELLA. Weekend at the Waldorf.

Weekend at the Waldorf.

Country weekend, rainy.

How lost was my weekend.

Weekend: a girl's guide to the college weekend.

Weekend: a girl's guide to the college weekend.

Cream Hill: discoveries of a weekend countryman.

R663143. Weekend genius.

The perfect weekend.

A long weekend.

Strange weekend, by Mary Borden.

A weekend at Lady Astor's.

Frederick Nebel (A); 8Apr66; R383977. Weekend to kill.

Lines from the weekend tourist's heart.

The long weekend, by Robert Graves & Alan Hodge.

The long weekend.

TURNBULL, G. O. Weekend with death.

TURNBULL, PATRICIA WENTWORTH. Weekend with death, by Patricia Wentworth.

Whitfield Cook (A); 31Jan69; R454994. Violet's weekend visit.

The lost weekend.

The lost weekend.

A weekend with the angels.

The lost weekend; Red roses for me.

BOLTON, GUY. Weekend at the Waldorf. SEE LEE, CHARLES.

Weekend at the Waldorf; a film classic.

METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, INC. Weekend at the Waldorf. SEE LEE, CHARLES.

SPEWAK, BELLA. Weekend at the Waldorf.

Weekend at the Waldorf.

Country weekend, rainy.

How lost was my weekend.

Weekend: a girl's guide to the college weekend.

Weekend: a girl's guide to the college weekend.

Cream Hill: discoveries of a weekend countryman.

R663143. Weekend genius.

"I enjoy a weekend in the country, or a good Sunday tramp in Richmond Park or Epping Forest.

They talk of war aboard the Pullman, after officers have waved their hands out of the windows to their wives, quite as if they were going to Scotland for a weekend instead of back to the firing-line.

It was all familiar ground; for in years gone by, when Grayson was in practice, we would come down together for weekends to his little demesne, and often I would stay on alone for a week or so and ramble about the country by myself.

"Ye'll be lookin' in again, I fancy, afore th' weekend?"