Be Particularly in a sentence

Short Example Sentence for Be Particularly

  • 1. This will be particularly so in tubercular disease.
  • 2. He happened to be particularly deft.
  • 3. Graham bread should be particularly well-baked.
  • 4. He did not appear to be particularly happy at the moment.
  • 5. You seem to be particularly affectionate to-day.
  • 6. Be formal in mentioning me to her but be particularly civil.
  • 7. But she was naturally too brave to be particularly disturbed by such a fancy.
  • 8. The western part of the choir should be particularly noticed.
  • 9. Many persons should be particularly warned against the use of alcohol.
  • 10. They should be particularly careful of this when in the company of boys or men.
  • 11. The hostess should be particularly careful not to outshine her guests.
  • 12. Myra will probably be particularly nice to you if you see her to-night.
  • 13. What raw fruits are to be particularly avoided with young children?
  • 14. Betty asked impatiently, too interested to be particularly polite.
  • 15. Midas betook himself, whenever he wanted to be particularly happy.
  • 16. In your outward demeanor be particularly careful to avoid censure or reproach.
  • 17. Not that he was considered to be particularly good at Torrington school.
  • 18. The laws of health should be particularly observed in going to Africa.

How to use Be Particularly in a Sentence?

  • 1. He should here be particularly on his guard not to show the slightest resentment.
  • 2. Hence it follows that the hereditary traits must be particularly associated with the chromosomes.
  • 3. If you come to any gullies or holes where they might have fallen down be particularly careful.
  • 4. Be particularly careful not to outdo another speaker in relating your own experiences.
  • 5. The refreshing absence of obscurity common to art criticism will be particularly welcome.
  • 6. We must be particularly careful in advising the establishment of nut tree plantations.
  • 7. It is therefore in tubes of rarefied gas that this ionisation by impact will be particularly felt.
  • 8. We may be so made as to be particularly fond of lunatics or specially interested in leprosy.
  • 9. For all these reasons, we should be particularly careful in drinking well-water.
  • 10. I would also hope that a word of generall caution should not be particularly misapplied.
  • 11. If it be hard to guard any woman, it will be particularly hard to guard this one.
  • 12. The singer must be particularly careful when approaching a climax in a great work of art.
  • 13. It will be particularly watched that they purchase not a single hogshead in England.
  • 14. They raised a new Queen in the manner which will hereafter be particularly described.
  • 15. Joe, cynically, could imagine just how effective they would be, particularly at this late date.
  • 16. They seem to be particularly interested in pecans, English walnuts, and chestnuts.
  • 17. The fauna and flora of Mesa Verde should be particularly interesting to visitors.
  • 18. I quite agree with Dr. Barth, that a makara would be particularly suitable for a traveller.
  • 19. But that is one of the times when I like to be particularly perfect in my attire, Mr. Norton.
  • 20. Peg said "Humph!" and added that she did not think Mrs. Ledley would be particularly pleased.
  • 21. He who is proud of his country will be particularly cautious not to do anything which is calculated to disgrace it.
  • 22. This year it will be particularly big because it's the hundredth anniversary of the city.