Bring That In A Sentence

How To Use Bring That In A Sentence?

  • Lanisterre, bring that lantern here so that mademoiselle can see the path to the door.
  • I want a man who will bring that good out, a man who will make me fine and true and honorable.
  • He began to bring that up as a Buddhist too, and fed it on apples and filbert nuts.
  • Art endeavours to bring that vision, that plot, however fragmentary, upon earth.
  • Hasten, Selim, and bring that bottle; you know which and bring me the silver goblets.
  • But whence for praise can such an ardour rise, When those, who bring that incense, we despise?
  • Have I not told you that Capella will bring that knowledge with him from Naples?
  • Still it despatched him to the looking-glass, to bring that verifier of facts in evidence against the sketch.
  • It gave her a guilty feeling to bring that expression to her indulgent father's face.
  • Every man who believes in a church is doing something to bring that end about when he gives a kindly thought to any other church.
  • He was getting thirty cents a day for doing nothing, and he did not want to bring that to an end too speedily.
  • But the quickest and sanest way to bring that about is not to sit back and wait for factory women to work out their own salvation.
  • If you possibly can, come about four o'clock, and bring that speaking-tube with you.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Bring That | Bring That Sentence

  • To bring that up against me!
  • Tears do not bring that.
  • What right had he to bring that upon her?
  • I did not bring that blue-book into this room.
  • Nothing was neglected to bring that mass together.
  • It was a good idea to bring that chunk of bread with me.
  • Bring that chair nearer to the bed, and sit down.
  • I will do all I can to bring that about.
  • Therefore I wanted to bring that to complete discharge.
  • Bring that light, Bob, will you?
  • Bring that along.
  • Bring that lantern.
  • Bring that gun o' yours!
  • Good gracious, why will she have to bring that child with her?
  • But it was not necessary and it was not wise to bring that colored woman here.
  • I will now ask permission to bring that subject under your consideration.
  • He alone can bring that longed for better day for the earth.
  • He will bring that peace, and those joys, which pass all understanding.
  • Jenny, bring that lantron; an' leet it.
  • This will bring that "hush" which should mark the commencement of every speech.
  • He supplies it with rain, sun, and sustenance to bring that mission to its end.
  • Bring that man here," I said.
  • I thought," she added, "you were going to bring that new Irish girl with you.
  • Poor as I am, I would give all I possess to bring that about.
  • Off with you now, an' bring that same toast whoever made it.
  • And she said to her nurse, "Go and bring that woman before me.
  • Bring that teamster over there so close that I kin hear him cussin' his mules.

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