Ready in a sentence

Definition of Ready

Prepared for immediate action or use. | Inclined; apt to happen. | Liable at any moment.

How to use Ready in a Sentence?

  • Clara and her mother began packing, to be ready in case the news should be bad.
  • I was told to go to my room and put on this disguise, and be ready in half an hour.
  • He got the rig in the barn ready and told the two hired men they could go back to their beds.
  • Sure that our good neighbor would return with him, Jessie proceeded to make ready for the trip.
  • When I was at the railway station ready to leave Hannibal, there was a crowd of citizens there.
  • Mr. Wilson says that I must be there, ready to tell my story, the minute the office opens.
  • The boys were brisk and ready for the evening's entertainment when the hour arrived.
  • At such a time he who once haughtily rejected the hand of friendship is ready to meet his very enemy half-way.
  • She found on arrival a very pretty bungalow on the hill, ready for her and the little girl they had.
  • By the time that dinner was served they were all in the most friendly humor possible and ready to enjoy the least excuse for laughter.
  • His very shape was comic, for he had to turn his back upon the audience and all the ladies were ready to die with laughing.
  • He could neither imagine what had made the merchant think of proposing to me, nor what had made me so ready to refuse him.
  • Banfi answered not a syllable, but he sent for his armour and his charger, and calmly got ready to depart.
  • The shower was over in half an hour, but when the first crowd passed out there was another one ready to take its place.
  • He merrily chinked a pocket full of silver and was all ready for what might next come along, and eager to tackle it.
  • It was awful to see this tiger crouching ready for a bound, and the poor innocent victim wandering unconsciously near him.
  • This coldness blighted and drove back all the frank affection of my nature that was ready to spring forth at the least warmth of parental kindness.
  • At the window of the highest donjon sits the castellan, ready to proclaim the arrival of his liege lord by the blast of a horn.
  • Pep had just finished a second helping of Jolly's famous rice pudding and was ready to talk now.
  • In that, and all the rest of your commands, I shall be ready to obey you, Sir! BYR.
  • So we held council of war with Piegan, after which we saddled up and made ready to tackle the soaked prairies.
  • He had divested himself of his cloak, and seemed ready rather to fly than to walk, so light was his frame, so elastic were his motions.
  • Jabez drove, Pep holding the rescued box, the farmer between them with his shotgun ready for action.
  • The poor creature was ready to stick to any half-decent man if he would only let her, but she always got dropped, as it might have been expected.
  • After several days travelling and preparation, Abraham has reached the appointed place, and is ready for the sacrifice.
  • The camp grew still, except for the rough and ready cook pottering about the fire, boiling buffalo-meat and mixing biscuit-dough.
  • The mother was getting ready to go down-town, and one of her errands was to buy a long-promised toy-watch for Susy.

Short Example Sentence for Ready

  • We were then ready to march to camp.
  • Tis a fairy palace ready to take flight.
  • It was a natural breastwork, all ready to our hand.
  • I am ready to do what I say.
  • And Anne said: 'All right, I'm ready to go.
  • He will be able to get everything ready before his wife and boys get here.
  • I wasn't ready to take it up just then; I am ready now.
  • She was there when I went to practise, all ready dressed for the theatre.
  • Every one stood ready to execute his order; but I interfered.
  • Along in August the crop was ready to market, and it was a hummer, no mistake.
  • When we were ready to mount, MacRae fired another question at Burky.
  • Oh, Mysis, Now have I need of all your ready wit, And all your cunning.
  • And now, Emily, dinner will be ready at seven o'clock, and it is now six.

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