A Reference in a sentence

How to use A Reference in a Sentence?

  • The significance of all these is explained by a reference to something else and in no other way.
  • All true criticism of an object implies a reference to a more perfect state of itself.
  • Both as a text-book for the student and a reference book for the collector it is invaluable.
  • It appears to be a reference file only and simply contains a list of chapter headings.
  • A reference to the sketch, will at once shew the general nature of the internal arrangements.
  • A description of the plot occupied most of the rest, and a reference to the acting ended it.
  • This was a reference to the dark oak-wood, now on their right as they retraced their way.
  • There was another roar, followed by a reference to the untimely decease of ten thousand devils.
  • A reference, as from one thing to another; the putting together of various parts.
  • His first Cabinet was organized upon that theory somewhat modified by a reference to locality.
  • This sounded like a reference to the episode in the bay, and I did not care to discuss that.
  • My clerk, a man of the utmost integrity, not to say probity, would give me a reference.

Short Example Sentence for A Reference

  • That sounds as if you were asking for a reference.
  • The empty parquet is a reference to it.
  • A reference handbook for nurses.
  • There is not a reference to any one of them in his works.
  • Where seems to be a reference to what had been said, chap.
  • A reference in Deuteronomy xxvi.
  • Do I look like a woman who cares about a reference?
  • Very easily, by a reference to the original Hebrew.
  • A reference to the loss of his earlier collection (p. 29).
  • On page 17, there is a reference to No. 81.
  • I suppose Raphael intended a reference to Numbers xv.
  • Nevertheless, I shall not give Katy a reference.
  • She did not know that the paper contained a reference to her.
  • Can any of your readers give a reference where the account is to be met with?
  • Some persons try to explain this by a reference to peculiarities of race.
  • I shall be most happy to allow my name to be used as a reference.
  • That was a reference to my mother's side of the house.
  • A reference to Fig.
  • A text-book for nurses and a reference book for physicians and nurses.
  • A reference to his father always sobered him and kindled a light in his eyes.
  • A reference to a folk-story of a saint who turned a pet mouse into a tiger.
  • Very obscure indeed, if a reference to his death in 1256 be intended.
  • It has been rejected without even a reference to his own Government.
  • Why this should occur will be readily understood by a reference to Fig.
  • The course the needle should take will be understood from a reference to Fig.
  • Here is a reference to a third form of habitation known to the Oto.
  • The great ship-building works at Barrow now need no more than a reference.
  • Now you're discharged without a reference, I suppose.