Avoiding in a sentence

Definition of Avoiding

present participle of avoid | Avoidance.

Short Example Sentence for Avoiding

  • 1. Is simply avoiding him rudeness?
  • 2. Let us try to avoiding creating such.
  • 3. This means that he is avoiding the real subject of debate.
  • 4. Still avoiding his eyes, she called the others.
  • 5. Sidney hesitated, avoiding the other's look.
  • 6. Mr Knightley had another reason for avoiding a table in the shade.
  • 7. He was following Merriwell up, and the latter was avoiding him with ease.
  • 8. Of avoiding lying, and the repentance of Hermas for his dissimulation.
  • 9. No, I don't blame you or any one for avoiding me.
  • 10. Penny and Louise leaped aside, barely avoiding being struck.
  • 11. Porphyrius withdrew, avoiding Raskolnikoff's eye.
  • 12. So write to him to be careful in avoiding colds," said the doctor.
  • 13. I know I may tell you safely--of avoiding it.

How to use Avoiding in a Sentence?

  • 1. Nor for some time could he bring himself to realize that she was deliberately avoiding him.
  • 2. She seemed on a sudden to be avoiding the entrance to the forward companionway.
  • 3. They were of course counseling neutrality as the easiest way of avoiding trouble.
  • 4. She saw no way of avoiding the giving her the pain, but she suffered it herself.
  • 5. I watched him till he had made the circuit of the long apartment, carefully avoiding him.
  • 6. Dave righted it by getting the warping control on the opposite tack, avoiding a bad spill.
  • 7. She entered with her usual calm expression and, avoiding my eyes, held out her hand.
  • 8. And the "father" goes with the slayer, through woods and bushes, avoiding roads.
  • 9. Sombre and absent-minded, he had earlier slipped away among the trees, avoiding even Brayton.
  • 10. We cannot use too much caution in avoiding those things which those who have more experience than we have warned us against.
  • 11. One of these was the way of avoiding the payment of taxes, and how to fight the cases in the courts.
  • 12. Farther and farther into the timber he went, avoiding the outreaching skidways and the sound of axes.
  • 13. There is everything to fear from such a horse; he will scare at objects from the very ease he possesses of avoiding them.
  • 14. It seemed to him that whoever, or whatever it was, it was aware of their approach and desirous of avoiding them.
  • 15. It may generally be remedied by avoiding any word or phrase which you may suspect yourself of using for the purpose of creating an effect.
  • 16. I had given up the idea of trying to keep out of sight of trawlers, merely avoiding going within a mile of them.
  • 17. He was not an ill-looking nor ill-mannered man, and shyness was the only explanation that occurred to me for his perseverance in avoiding us.
  • 18. It is strange that superior persons should not feel that they have some better resistance against cholera, than avoiding green peas and salads.
  • 19. I know but one way of avoiding it, which is, to give a greater degree of simplicity to our politics.
  • 20. In avoiding the conspicuous lapses of his predecessors Raymond with all his guile fell into another pitfall.
  • 21. When he got among the familiar streets he went slinkingly, hurrying round corners, avoiding glances.
  • 22. He had heard of avoiding service, but he knew little of the law, and wondered what power the service of the writ gave his creditor over him.
  • 23. Evading taxes, avoiding duties, a community parasite, does it commend to children the arts of social cheating and lying?
  • 24. His associates, with forced cheerfulness, professed pleasure at his return, carefully avoiding mention of his appalling loss.
  • 25. None the less, the Petrograd proletarian has not, and cannot have, any reason for avoiding a comparison with his heroic elder brother.
  • 26. The answer came from Democrates, who seemed to look away, avoiding the poet's keen glance.
  • 27. This on-edge feature has the advantage of permitting ready inspection of the contacts and of avoiding the liability of dust gathering between the contacts.