Awful Lot in a sentence

How to use Awful Lot in a Sentence?

  • You can kill an awful lot of people awful fast, if a gang gets together on it like that.
  • But we know such an awful lot of people; and I always begin my dinners very early.
  • I begin to suspect that you don't care an awful lot about Mr. Wheelwright's style of composition.
  • After all, Sylvia," he said, "you're putting on an awful lot of silk that don't belong to you.
  • Mary's got an awful lot o' fun in her, an' if she ain't laughin' over that, I'm beat.
  • The 'lection of a sheriff, y' savvy, means a' awful lot to a passel of cow-punchers.

Short Example Sentence for Awful Lot

  • What an awful lot of them!
  • I have an awful lot to do.
  • There will be an awful lot to be done.
  • They are an awful lot of originals.
  • It had an awful lot of love in it.
  • Civilization undoubtedly means an awful lot of trouble.
  • An awful lot, and all the other things.
  • I think she loves you an awful lot anyway.
  • I could 'a' killed an awful lot of time that way.
  • We charge an awful lot though, Mr. Pratt.
  • But I'd like it myself, and I've got a awful lot of beans.
  • There'll be an awful lot to do.
  • And there's an awful lot of snow here.
  • They do not have an awful lot themselves, but they share what they have.
  • I've learned to care for you an awful lot.
  • The girls listen with all their ears and we learn an awful lot.
  • He was a pretty fresh young man and did an awful lot of talking.
  • There was no scoring that day, but there was an awful lot of hard work.
  • He was a pretty fresh young man, and did an awful lot of talking.
  • They are rotting; and besides father says we eat an awful lot of them.
  • Rover's a dog that's got an awful lot o' pride.
  • I think an awful lot, and it don't come hard either.
  • There's an awful lot, you know, in the shoe business.
  • Muriel says I've missed an awful lot.
  • I had been thinking of you all an awful lot; and I did miss you all terribly.
  • Uns is, an' wot an awful lot of Aunt Maudies we was.
  • There's an awful lot of difference between the real thing and your actors.
  • One hasn't got an awful lot of pleasures left, but smoking is one of them.
  • Just the fact that it could be seen, he knew, didn't mean an awful lot.
  • Yes;--she's cried an awful lot lately, hasn't she?
  • He had done--so John reflected--an awful lot.
  • He had done--so John reflected--an awful lot.
  • There's an awful lot hangs on the game!" said Fred.
  • You've got an awful lot of grit, guts and determination, Steve.