Ballard in a sentence

Short Example Sentence for Ballard

  • 1. Again Ballard evaded the implied question.
  • 2. Mr. Ballard had to go immediately.
  • 3. At all events, Ballard did not identify her.
  • 4. In the dismounting Ballard drew Bigelow aside.
  • 5. Besides the Letters, Ballard bequeathed some other MSS.
  • 6. NW Kennedy, 1; Ballard Marsh, 20 mi.
  • 7. It was here that Ballard broke in, to begin the fire-fighting.
  • 8. Mr. Ballard has gone with the man who came to bring the news.
  • 9. When the two rose up out of the dust of the grapple, Ballard was the victor.
  • 10. Nebraska: Platte Meadows, Kearney; Ballard Marsh, 20 mi.
  • 11. You told me a while ago that Ballard was on the eve of going to France.
  • 12. Through the open door Ballard saw Fitzpatrick coming across the stone yard.
  • 13. Bromley's quick glance aside for Ballard was acutely significant.
  • 14. With the crack of the Ballard came the bellow of the Sharp's.

How to use Ballard in a Sentence?

  • 1. So when Ballard prepared for his first kick, the spectators looked on with composure.
  • 2. Bromley was on hand to meet his new chief when Ballard dropped from the step of the halted engine.
  • 3. At a turn in the road Ballard came suddenly upon what appeared to be an impromptu game of polo.
  • 4. There was time only for a single sentence of caution, and Ballard got it in a swift aside.
  • 5. It was from the summit of the high pass that Ballard had his first view of Arcadia.
  • 6. It was while Bromley and Gardiner were carrying the brunt of it that Ballard got up and went out.
  • 7. At the query Ballard realised that the presence of the Forest Service man was rather unfortunate.
  • 8. Chidiock Tychbourne of Southampton was executed with Ballard and Babington in 1586.
  • 9. Assuming that he had not made the new involvement plain enough, Ballard went over the situation again.
  • 10. Fitzpatrick's positive assurance was discouraging, but Ballard would not give up.
  • 11. But the centrepiece in the middle of the great mahogany was low; and Ballard could see over it only too well.
  • 12. Bromley did remember it, but it was late when he returned to the camp at the canyon, and Ballard was asleep.
  • 13. The man in bed flung a swift glance across the room toward the corridor door which Ballard had left ajar.
  • 14. When the contractor was gone, Ballard called the collegian into the pay office and put him in touch with the pressing facts.
  • 15. Now that he knew the condition of the honeycombed tunnel, Ballard hesitated to make it the raceway for the tremendously augmented torrent.
  • 16. It was Ballard who took the water-boy to task when they had waited long enough to be measurably certain that the attackers had left the field.
  • 17. During the halt Ballard climbed down from his cramped seat on the fireman's box and crossed the cab to the engine-man's gangway.
  • 18. While this was doing, the small plotter vouchsafed the necessary word of explanation to Ballard and Bigelow.
  • 19. But when the camp cook had cleared the table, Ballard reluctantly closed the book of reminiscence and gave the business affair its due.
  • 20. Instinctively Ballard put his arm about Elsa and drew her back from the cliff's edge.
  • 21. Knowing all the conditions, Ballard thought the masonry would never withstand the hammer-blow impact of the wreck-laden billow.
  • 22. Between his occasional strolls over to the dam and the canyon brink to mark the rising of the water, Ballard sat on the bungalow porch and smoked.
  • 23. The three riders drew rein in the shelter of the arroyo gulch to breathe their horses, and Ballard gave the boy due credit.
  • 24. Bigelow offered to go up-stairs and find out; and Ballard waited in the silence of the deserted library for what seemed like a long time.
  • 25. Elsa deferred to Wingfield, as the other women did; only in her case Ballard was sure it meant more.
  • 26. By this time Ballard was growing a little hardened to the surprises; and the exquisitely appointed dining-room evoked only a left-over thrill.