At And in a sentence

How to use At And in a Sentence?

  • This is such a homely remedy that it is sometimes sneered at and often overlooked.
  • Pray laugh at and for me from your safe distance; in that there can be no harm.
  • I had to contend with eyes which alternately wondered at and upbraided me for my unkindness.
  • A frivolous spirit mocks at and derides that which fills the good with happiness and contentment.
  • A great deal of development work in listening devices is being carried on at and from this base.
  • His scruples were scoffed at, and he was shamelessly flouted by some borrowers whom he offended.
  • He meant they did not exactly know what we were at, and had not kept away with us.

Short Example Sentence for At And

  • We need to be preached at and prayed with.
  • A form to shudder at and flee.
  • They have no objection to be looked at and admired.
  • Truck-drivers gazed at and sang after her.
  • Wondering what you were at, and waiting for you to finish.
  • But they flew at and pecked him all down the elm-tree.
  • Long enough had he been sneered at and called maniac.
  • The leaders mocked at and jested over their sufferings.
  • It is hard to be arrived at and difficult of comprehension.
  • I never was laughed at, and why should you be?
  • If he utters a cry or a moan he is laughed at and derided.
  • My whims were sneered at, and then followed.
  • Speechless, we looked at and listened to the night.
  • I, the boy they laughed at and tried to rule.
  • Even an apple on a stall he failed at, and had to run.
  • She is very sweet to look at, and attractive and lovable.
  • Though fired at and pursued, he escaped unhurt.
  • This she would appear to aim at; and to strive is to win.
  • I find her quite charming to look at and talk to ...
  • Madame des Ursins accordingly laughed at and despised him.
  • My adversaries were scoffed at, and I came off triumphant.
  • Here at last is a Tommy worth looking at, and he looked.
  • There are now extensive docks at and around New Harbour.
  • The voice said "Wha-at?" and she repeated her reply.
  • But the wolf bait end I could get at, and I meant to.
  • They were quickly glanced at and tossed over to me as fast as they were read.
  • We sent to all the places we could suppose him to be at and no tidings of him.
  • Enrica was not only to be gazed at and flattered, but to engross attention.
  • She was laughed at and looked upon as mad by the careless people.
  • I keep them to look at and for the occasional amendment of slouching manners.
  • You seem a very ordinary man to look at, and hard-working too.
  • I spoke at last and asked what it was laughing at, and then the ghost spoke.
  • Take off the blessed 'at, and have done with it, do!