Others in a sentence

Definition of Others

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of other | plural of other | Other people.

How to use Others in a Sentence?

  • The others stared after him as he marched down the boardwalk in his headstrong way.
  • The others did not trouble themselves about the matter, but continued to make merry.
  • He now tried to match the gunpowder tales of the stranger by others equally tremendous.
  • The table itself had only two legs, the place of the others being supplied by layers of bricks.
  • Moreover, he wanted to make sure before opening fire that the others had gone to work.
  • The others were crowded together at the bow, trying to keep away from the flames.
  • Reproach others for nothing, and repent of nothing, this is the first step to wisdom.
  • The others kept on, climbed the short, steep bank, and passed from sight over its rim.
  • The Lingtam camp was even smaller, more uneven, and damper than the others had been.
  • Some plants grow best in the Temperate Zones, while others live best in the Torrid Zone.
  • It is a mistake to suppose that the happiness of others is always a distasteful sight to the sad at heart.
  • Several of the windows were broken and patched up with boards; and others had been bricked up to save taxes.
  • It is also intended to deter others from the commission of evil, and preserve the order of the world.
  • The others jumped the hedge, and the greater part of the field got over the brook in capital style.
  • The predominant feeling, however, that overpowered all others was transport at the sudden change in my whole fortunes.
  • He had left us without a sign, at the time, of all others in our whole lives, when we most needed him.
  • They cleaned up the dust heap, set the rows of chairs in apple pie order and joined the others in the living rooms.
  • He never seemed satisfied with the whole of a story; never laughed when others laughed; but always put the joke to the question.
  • Frank, busy at his desk going over the contents of the cash box, arose from his chair and like the others became an interested member of the group.
  • He scrambled over rock and stone, through bush and briar; rolled down banks like a hedgehog; scrambled up others like a catamount.
  • The Frenchman, however, with many awful threats had warned her not to let the others know what she had done for him.
  • While some have been made into city streets, others are large, flat, grassy fields, with streams sometimes flowing through them.

Short Example Sentence for Others

  • Probably the others are.
  • He stayed with the vessel and some others with him.
  • Frank became serious at once and all the others as well.
  • The others were talking together languidly.
  • Lest he to others have recourse, and leave you.
  • Some of the gentlemen laughed, others swore.
  • The others turned south, directly away from us.
  • Apafi did not see why he too should not smile when the others laughed.
  • When that has fallen the others will follow of their own accord.
  • Peter moved it near to the others and sat down as if he owned it.
  • He had already corralled two tricks and each of the others one.
  • The others lost their grip early, and their joy along with it.
  • Still others are planted with corn, wheat, rye or vegetables.
  • Of all, as in a mirror, and thence draw From others an example for himself.
  • At last they were freed by Abraham Lincoln and others who helped him.
  • I spun many yarns; among others the tale of Jim Wolf and the Cats.
  • The others shirk it--unless you resist.
  • As Patricia followed the others out she bent gratefully over Bruce's chair.

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