Allison in a sentence

Short Example Sentence for Allison

  • 1. Nor did Allison even smile now.
  • 2. Mrs. Allison laughed out.
  • 3. Mrs. Allison looked sympathetic.
  • 4. In her agitation she turned to Allison for contradiction.
  • 5. And two other things Allison had done.
  • 6. Mrs. Allison told me there was a show of them somewhere.
  • 7. And suddenly Allison burst into a loud guffaw.
  • 8. Mrs. Allison tapped her lightly on the lips.
  • 9. Queen Allison Walton.
  • 10. I have examined material of both species from Allison Pass.
  • 11. And it was Dexter Allison who first offered a hand.
  • 12. And then Allison knew that this silent company meant disaster to him.
  • 13. The handclasp left Allison staring ruefully at his reddened fingers.
  • 14. Steve's going left Allison frowning a little.
  • 15. As Allison realized this, a sudden fierce satisfaction possessed him.
  • 16. As Allison went into the house, he noticed signs of a vigorous cleaning.
  • 17. But Allison gave him more notice than had his daughter Barbara.
  • 18. For even at the age of ten Barbara Allison was not accustomed to inattention.
  • 19. Neither Letty nor Mrs. Allison could take their eyes from her.
  • 20. She had no time, however, to attack him, for Mrs. Allison approached.
  • 21. They wouldn't touch the proposition, until Allison came in with us.
  • 22. Then Allison became aware of Caleb's mild astonishment at his vehemence.

How to use Allison in a Sentence?

  • 1. It was Allison himself who first called attention to an unsawed log which was being discarded.
  • 2. And when he had finished Allison sat quiet for a long time before he offered any reply.
  • 3. He shook with scarcely suppressed laughter, but Allison ignored his senseless mirth.
  • 4. Mrs. Allison shook her head, endeavouring to suit her look to the gravity of the offence.
  • 5. He only knew that he, too, felt unreasonably bitter against Allison for his burst of mirth.
  • 6. Barbara Allison stood a long time motionless, her back to the motionless man so near her.
  • 7. She had found but small entertainment in the lady to whom Mrs. Allison had introduced her.
  • 8. Mrs. Allison had difficulty in making him take food enough in Lent to keep him in health.
  • 9. Barbara Allison had never been able to analyze her preference for Miriam Burrell.
  • 10. Towards the end of the lime-walk they came across Mrs. Allison and Lord Fontenoy.
  • 11. That was as long as Allison could endure it; he burst into a fit of laughter which lasted until he was moaning for breath.
  • 12. They talked no more business at table that morning, and Allison found scant opportunity to make himself heard at all.
  • 13. Since that time seven-figure fortunes such as the younger Allison had inherited, had become too general to be any longer spectacular.
  • 14. Mrs. Allison flushed a little, as though she liked the compliment, and ran laughingly through the names.
  • 15. She dropped Allison an old-fashioned curtsy, which was an exceedingly frivolous performance for Sarah.
  • 16. Even Allison stood astonished at it, mouth open, following her rapid withdrawal toward the group fifty yards away.
  • 17. And Caleb spent most of his waking hours boasting to the tolerant Allison of new and quite astonishing traits which he found in the boy.
  • 18. And Mrs. Allison waved her hand to a tall figure in white with a child beside it that had just emerged on the far distance of the lawn.