At Left in a sentence

Short Example Sentence for At Left

  • 1. We may have to use you at left end.
  • 2. At left a punching-bag apparatus.
  • 3. At right a confessional; at left an iron door.
  • 4. He was on our high school team at left end last year.
  • 5. Kendall added four and Still made a yard at left tackle.
  • 6. There are chairs at right and left, and a small table at left.
  • 7. Then Westby was driven again at left tackle, but he got only two yards.
  • 8. Even Haynes, who is the best we have at left end, ducked this afternoon.
  • 9. Special compartment at left for officers.]
  • 10. AT LEFT ON THE PORCH.]
  • 11. "Go in at left tackle, Saunders.
  • 12. THE RACE AT LEFT BOWER
  • 13. THE RACE AT LEFT BOWER 104
  • 14. A TYPICAL CENTRAL OFFICE FOR RURAL EXCHANGE Line Protectors on Wall at Left.]

How to use At Left in a Sentence?

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  • 2. Captain Miller, at left end, was spectacular under punts and played his usual hard, steady game.
  • 3. Note tracks of turtle in foreground leading toward and away from disturbed area at left.
  • 4. Steve played at left end on the substitute eleven, made one or two mistakes in signals and failed at any time to distinguish himself.
  • 5. Commencing the border, fasten in the colored wool at left front corner of neck, and make 21 stars down the front.
  • 6. Thursby was given a try-out at centre and Saunders at left tackle in the short scrimmage that followed practice.
  • 7. Steve was playing right end regularly now on the third, and Tom was alternating at left guard on the second.
  • 8. Churchill replaced Tom at right guard when the last quarter started and Lacey returned to the game at left tackle.
  • 9. As his hand finally closed upon it, second finger on trigger and forefinger laid past the cylinder and along the barrel, he wondered what luck he would have at left-handed snap-shooting.
  • 10. I played with my high school team for two years at left end and--and did pretty well.
  • 11. He caught for the school nine, played a fine game at left halfback on the football team, and regularly won his five points in each of the sprints at the track meetings with Springdale High School.
  • 12. Still gained two at left tackle and the half ended with the pigskin on Claflin's thirty-eight yards, the score 0 to 0.
  • 13. His temper seemed to be in a very ragged condition to-day, and he and Lacey, who played at left tackle on the first, got into several rumpuses in which hands were used in a manner not countenanced by the rules of football.
  • 14. Steve was playing at left tackle, fighting valiantly against an imaginary opponent, and once, trotting back to his position after a short charge over the turf, he caught the eyes of Andy and Mr. Robey fixed on him speculatively.
  • 15. There is a projection outside the window such as would be formed by a storm door in the basement; running the full length of the window and about thirty inches wide, raised about a foot from the floor in front and about nine inches in the back, there is opening inward a door at left back, leading into a small alcove, as has been mentioned before.
  • 16. Upper figures, _Triton_: at left, larva at 20 mm., at right, diagram of components of vertebra (from MacBride, 1932, figs.
  • 17. Let Roberts start the game at left and then put in Edwards--unless Benson mends enough."
  • 18. left of space allowed for plate, the knife and butter knife at the right, the napkin on right side and coffee spoon at the top, with water glass at the right and butter plate at left of each place.
  • 19. The truth is, that the heat of the Revolution of July had engendered and incubated a multitude of journals, great and little, bounding with young blood and health--journals whose editors and writers did not desire better sport than to attack the _Constitutionnel_ at right and at left, and to tumble the dear, fat, rubicund, old gentleman, head over heels.
  • 20. [Illustration: THE APIARY Orchard and Swarm-Sack at left] [Illustration: STANCHIONS FOR CALVES
  • 21. [Illustration: OAK HILL, 1903, LOOKING NORTH M. S. Stewart at left, Mary Stewart at right of Supt.]