1. There are endings of nerves in the skin all over the body. 🔊 2. Other endings point to a non-Latin origin of the gens. 🔊
How to use Endings in Sentences?
1. He is not concerned with beginnings or endings or surroundings, but with what you are now weaving. 🔊 2. He was asked to tell what he really meant by the vague endings of this or that story. 🔊 3. The endings of the nerve of smell are in the lining in the upper part of the nose. 🔊 4. Others of these endings have by different writers been supposed to be also words signifying water. 🔊 5. The king took up the paper with great eagerness and read the words, which formed no sense, and seemed to be the endings of verses. 🔊 6. So may we keep the vision of youth, the vision to which endings are but beginnings, the good leading to the better, and the best forever more. 🔊 7. Most of the nerve endings are in the deeper part of the skin, so that they are covered by the epidermis and cannot be hurt by the rough things handled. 🔊 8. These endings have been omitted in the present work as they do not constitute an integral part of the story, and are often left off by the narrators themselves. 🔊 9. There are other endings to the names of towns which go back to the days before the Norman Conquest, but which are not really English. 🔊 10. Upon the whole then I think that as the general rule these endings have been given in the first instance, and that they have but rarely accrued in after times. 🔊 11. The lids are of a white sugary marble, the mouldings coarse and semicircular in section, and the volutes and circular endings of the lids are of a perfectly stupid design. 🔊 12. As we have said, the attention given to a part leads to a widening of the minute blood vessels located there so that the nerve endings to the part are supplied with more blood and therefore become more sensitive. 🔊