1. But we're slow about adopting it. 🔊 2. But he was not quite so sure now of her always adopting his views. 🔊 3. By adopting the sentiments of Rousseau they have made them your rivals. 🔊
How to use Adopting in Sentences?
1. Palestrina grasped the essential doctrines of the school without adopting its mannerisms. 🔊 2. Both of them became corrupted by adopting the ideas and manners of their conquered adversaries. 🔊 3. Such persons cannot be too assiduous in adopting a proper and early treatment of injured joints. 🔊 4. All difficulties it was thought could be obviated by adopting a florin of exactly 10 grms. 🔊 5. He has worn out the old methods of evading the revenue service, so he is adopting new ones. 🔊 6. For," he inquired with great force of argument, adopting the Socratic form, "what is Congress? 🔊 7. The manner of adopting and recommending these schemes to the conference from the committee was peculiar. 🔊 8. In 1896 the effectual remedy of abandoning the use of gas and adopting electric light was carried out. 🔊 9. Salvation is only by submitting to the rule of this society, adopting its ways, following its precepts. 🔊 10. There was an end to all his plans for adopting the boy, giving him his own name, and leaving him his fortune. 🔊 11. Why should a biographer be fettered in his choice of subjects by any imaginary duty of adopting the views held by him whose life he records? 🔊 12. Because only by adopting that ideal is it possible for Germany's enemies to beat her. 🔊 13. He, however, lost not a moment in adopting such measures as the resources of his wealth enabled him to command. 🔊 14. Schindler states that the more immediate cause of this estrangement was Breuning having tried to dissuade him from adopting his nephew. 🔊 15. The cells divide the work of the colony among themselves, each cell adopting a form best adapted for the special work it has to do. 🔊 16. The characteristic is their habit of thrift, of definitelyadopting money-making as an aim, of spending less than they earn. 🔊 17. Hence the danger of using so-called catarrh remedies, or of adopting any specific local treatment: they are either inert or injurious. 🔊 18. There was not a London club in which the Admiralty was not denounced for its stupidity in not adopting such a perfectly obvious plan. 🔊 19. Frederick the Second loved their art and science, spoke their language, and was often taunted with adopting their religion and manners. 🔊