Arch in a sentence

Definition of Arch

Knowing, clever, mischievous. | Principal; primary. | To form into an arch shape

Short Example Sentence for Arch

  • 1. Heralding the arch of peace.
  • 2. For her arch smile fluttered over her lips.
  • 3. Oh, you arch hypocrite!
  • 4. And behind the arch a heap of wretched clay huts!
  • 5. Yet with all its splendour of traceried arch it is a comfortless place.
  • 6. The arch to the east of this doorway was cleared of masonry in 1840.
  • 7. Brook struggled as he yelled, shaking the entire arch to which he was tied.
  • 8. The water rises under an arch of the Early English, or Early Decorated period.
  • 9. The hollow of the arch gave back Learoyd's broken whisper in a bass boom.

How to use Arch in a Sentence?

  • 1. The elaborate ornamentation of the arch under the canopy is worthy of attention.
  • 2. A fine walled up arch on the north side adds to rather than lessens our difficulties.
  • 3. Each arch has its own shaft, and the groups of five on each side are elaborately banded.
  • 4. The reason for this peculiar combination of a new pier with an old arch is an interesting one.
  • 5. A feature of the chancel at Germoe is the canopied arch over the present sedilia and piscina.
  • 6. It looks like the plum curculio, my arch insect enemy, is trying the nuts for size.
  • 7. Between each arch are columns, surmounted with armorial bearings, eagles, and grouped finials.
  • 8. At Denver, just outside of the station, there is a great arch stretching across the street.
  • 9. He had fought a hard fight with himself since that terrible day he had sat under the arch in the twilight.
  • 10. On the south of the buttress is the lower arch which is so admirable a foil both to the height of the main gateway and the delicacy of the windows.
  • 11. The arch opening into the north aisle shows a curious device for preserving a different level on each of its sides.
  • 12. On the contrary, it wore the same arch smile which used to enchant the artist long before in his happy days.
  • 13. On the transept side we see the mouldings of an arch like, and on the same level as, its neighbours to the north.
  • 14. The king and queen corbel heads of this arch were once painted, and the colours are said to have been still tolerably fresh in 1840.
  • 15. The arch of the sky was so sweeping, the prospect before them so gorgeous, the sunlight so hard, and the distances so clear!
  • 16. The arch here introduced is not used structurally, but for the sake of a curved line, and acts simply as a pair of brackets.
  • 17. An arch covered this spot, where the water ran through two low arches on either side and was bridged in the midst by a pavement.
  • 18. The next bay has on the triforium level a curious windowless recess, the mouldings of whose arch spring from two shafts on each side.
  • 19. He saw her vivid flower-like face, her romantic eyes, and the arch and charming smile with which she watched his approach.
  • 20. A musical quality of voice depends chiefly upon directing the tone towards the hard palate, or the bony arch above the upper teeth.
  • 21. Overhead curved the arch of night, a deep, flawless blue with velvety depths, pale and diluted with light as it touched the skyline.
  • 22. In a canopy above the arch is another sculpture of equal beauty, though, owing to its more exposed position, the treatment is a little broader.
  • 23. It is as if we are looking at a series of proscenium arches, and are being invited as an audience to consider whether we are within a proscenium arch ourselves.
  • 24. At Tyburn Tree, where the Marble Arch now stands, John Houghton laid down his life for his Faith.
  • 25. Under the northern arch on the east side of the transept is the curious sarcophagus tomb of Bishop Lowe, who died in 1467.
  • 26. The splendor flashed on tree and building, spire and minaret, arch and dome, until the whole vast Exposition became a crystal dream.
  • 27. He was staring straight before him at a trellis arch groaning under a weight of crimson rambler roses, but at the suggestion of trouble in his voice the girl swayed nearer to him.
  • 28. Till the sturgeon leaps in the bright moonshine; Then dart the glistening arch below, And catch a drop from his silver bow.
  • 29. Passing on to the south the next arch also has zigzag and circular mouldings, while its lunette is occupied by a relief, now so worn that the subject is scarcely discernible.
  • 30. The upper arcade produces a far better effect than the lower, since in the latter the principle of the arch seems fantastically and heedlessly lost sight of.
  • 31. Orchids spread broad spathes of scented bloom from grey trunks of courtyard trees, and cascades of crimson and purple creepers tumble over arch and wall.