Learning in a sentence

Definition of Learning

present participle of learn | (uncountable) An act in which something is learned. | (uncountable) Accumulated knowledge.

Short Example Sentence for Learning

  • 1. This institution of learning is my first point.
  • 2. Their trust in the power of learning is piteous.
  • 3. He was learning the customs of the country fast.
  • 4. What terrible questions we are learning to ask!
  • 5. She lives here with me, and is learning the business.
  • 6. Nancy was learning a great many things very rapidly.
  • 7. He was a man of great learning and was a prolific writer.
  • 8. We are learning every day to make sacrifices.
  • 9. He had a respect and esteem for learning and learned men.
  • 10. Rome will never be reformed by human learning and scholarship.
  • 11. I was in the little arbour learning Latin irregular verbs when it happened.
  • 12. We'd spoilt ourselves in learning that, but anyhow we had our lesson.

How to use Learning in a Sentence?

  • 1. What you have done seems good, and as was to be expected from your learning and prudence.
  • 2. His petition had no effect, and three missionaries of great merit and learning were sent.
  • 3. I know men and women vary very much in these matters, just as children do in learning to talk.
  • 4. There are people who will say with a note of approval that I was learning to conquer myself.
  • 5. On learning that Wickersham was not in, he said he would wait for him and started to take a seat.
  • 6. Next follows the whole class of learning and cognition; then comes trade, fighting, hunting.
  • 7. These men of the North Country were learning that railroading is not all prunes and preserves.
  • 8. I acquired some of this learning in Jackass Gulch, California, more than forty years ago.
  • 9. Even those who professed to translate new works of ancient learning were generally wholly unfit for the task.
  • 10. Agnes, on learning this, insisted on having her removed from associations which were at once unhappy and dangerous.
  • 11. Thus does the order maintain that university, and it has men there of excellent learning and qualifications for public teaching.
  • 12. Knowledge was made free to everyone who was interested in learning the truths about their past and many citizens did partake of this freedom.
  • 13. What has been said shows the inestimable and not sufficiently appreciated educational value of learning to read and write an alphabetic character.
  • 14. It is, on the whole, too deeply burdened with learning and too individual in expression to fulfil his highest desire.
  • 15. The machinist has wrought and watched, engineers and firemen without number have been sacrificed in learning to tame and guide the monster.
  • 16. And there is another part which is certainly not less ridiculous, but being a trade in learning must be called by some name germane to the matter?
  • 17. The thing is to fill them first with beauty and learning and wisdom, and let the man come in after, if there be room.
  • 18. His learning was at once wide and accurate; his theological views were orthodox, although he did not believe in strict verbal inspiration.
  • 19. The net results of Luther's learning are open to inspection by the world in his numerous works.
  • 20. Dimly through this misty chaos, and I pictured to myself the solemn realm of learning that lies about its base.
  • 21. The ornaments of the ancient Egyptians were all ordered by the priesthood, amongst whom the learning of this people was stored.
  • 22. Collie was learning things rapidly, and, better still, he was learning in a way that would cause him to remember.
  • 23. On every clear day when the wind was favorable, the plucky little aeronaut was out, learning to use his new-found wings.
  • 24. All England, with the very small exception of those who united the possession of learning with common sense, was imbued with the frenzy.
  • 25. He was learning during these years those great principles of government which enabled him afterward to legislate so wisely for the land he conquered.
  • 26. Of course, we fully admit that the Irish Monasteries did become for a time the home of the learning of the age such as it was.
  • 27. Willie when learning business with a firm in London, years before, had seen none but boarding-house society, he guessed.
  • 28. She was learning to count, as surely as does many an experienced hostess, upon the help of the Tie that Loosens.