Address That in a sentence

Short Example Sentence for Address That

  • 1. But why should I address that head of wood?
  • 2. I've got the address that you gave me.
  • 3. I've got the address that you gave me.
  • 4. Here is my country address, that you may know who you act for.
  • 5. That evening Keith went to the address that Phrony had given him.
  • 6. It was at this address that Everett came to him, upon his return from New York.
  • 7. There was such genuine warmth in the other's address that Roland was touched.
  • 8. There is my address; that will always find me.'

How to use Address That in a Sentence?

  • 1. That Prince managed his matters with so little address, that his journey was a secret to no body.
  • 2. I said at the opening of this address that I would tell you later why I include it in this series.
  • 3. Pray let Horace Walpole know my address, that I may have all the chance I can of hearing from him.
  • 4. It was only when he was asked to give his name and address that he showed any signs of embarrassment.
  • 5. Dick had been called on to deliver the valedictory and he made such a stirring address that he was vigorously applauded.
  • 6. Will this correspondent favour us with his address, that we may forward a communication which we have received for him?
  • 7. There are doubtless proper forms of address that serve to establish the genuineness of letters written by a spy.
  • 8. It was in driving through a wood at some little distance from the above address that we found a wounded crow, and brought him home to our hut.
  • 9. If his labors were uncertain and sporadic, and his address that of a nomad, it all sufficed, at least for himself.
  • 10. It was a call to an address that seemed familiar to Lloyd at first; but she did not stop at that moment to reflect.
  • 11. I merely wish to know your address, that I may forward to you the quarterly payments of your annuity.
  • 12. It is the proposition of the address that a part of the United States should be assigned to the negroes.
  • 13. In their repeated skirmishes with the French light cavalry they showed such daring and address that their foes became timid and cautious.
  • 14. It was only when I explained to her for what purpose I wished your address that she wisely gave it to me.
  • 15. You can easily imagine my anxiety to hear how my dear son is going on; do not omit to give me your exact address, that I may write to you direct.
  • 16. The legislature of Iowa printed at the state expense some twenty thousand copies of this address, that were thereafter distributed among the people of the state.
  • 17. But for Europe at the present moment to address that appeal to Africa or India or China would be to invite a deadly repartee.
  • 18. Having annoyed us thus for a time, they began to form themselves into close columns, six or eight abreast; but we had now attained so much address, that we no longer found them formidable.
  • 19. Imperial Theater," he told the driver, giving the first address that occurred to him; it could be changed.
  • 20. The combatants rose, and demanded James's name and address, that he might be summoned to court as a witness to assault and battery.
  • 21. And we think you'll have discovered, ere you reach your next address, That in England German Waiters aren't the Censors of the Press.
  • 22. The woman, Bacheta, although savage, had appropriated the insult to her mistress, and she also fearlessly let fly at him, translating as nearly as she could the complimentary address that "Medusa" had just delivered.
  • 23. The King was so charmed with his address that he ordered a little chair to be made, in order that Tom might sit upon his table, and also a palace of gold, a span high, with a door an inch wide, to live in.
  • 24. The King was so charmed with this address that he ordered a little chair to be made, in order that Tom might sit upon his table, and also a palace of gold, a span high, with a door an inch wide, to live in.
  • 25. The address that was sent to the Convention some time about last August from Arras, the native town of Robespierre, I have always been informed was the work of that hypocrite and the partizans he had in the place.
  • 26. Now let us consider for an instant what would be the effect of continually repeating an expression of a beautiful thought to any other of the senses at times when the mind could not address that sense to the understanding of it.
  • 27. Mrs. Byass was ill; would they let her know Mr. Byass's address, that he might immediately be communicated with?
  • 28. It is for us a particular satisfaction to be able to offer to your noble and great lordships, as heads of the regency of this city, this well intentioned address that a multitude of our most respectable fellow-citizens have signed.
  • 29. With his policeman's club against the workman's hammer, he defended himself with such address, that in a few seconds, before his men could interfere, his adversary was disarmed and stretched on the sidewalk by a blow over the head.
  • 30. All were good shots, however, and a fat rabbit and partridge were cooked by Dick with such address, that the party were eager to take more time in halting since they need not starve, no matter how long the journey lasted.
  • 31. He seemed quite ignorant and innocent, till I took it from him; and then he put it off with a laugh, acting his part with so much address, that it was hardly possible for me to be angry with him; so that we remained good friends, and he accompanied me on board to dinner.
  • 32. There was something so kindly and honest in the old man's weather-beaten face, something so friendly in his address, that I forthwith struck a bargain with him, subject to his daughter's approval, I am to have her answer to-morrow.