But Instead in a sentence

How to use But Instead in a Sentence?

  • The headman should be the proudest of all, but instead, he was shifty.
  • But, instead of acting at once on his conviction, he put off.
  • But instead of any joy, these days brought him only unexpected trials.
  • But instead of ordering the book away, he said he envied me.
  • He had expected bitter invective, but instead the girl smiled.

Short Example Sentence for But Instead

  • But instead of a henchman he found a rival.
  • But instead of eating deer they ate themselves up.
  • But instead of this canon you offer another .
  • But instead of discussing them he sank into silence again.
  • But instead of speaking, he screamed.
  • But instead of this, what has taken place!
  • But instead of rising, he stumbled and fell.
  • But instead of turning to the right, we turned left.
  • But, instead, it was gone completely.
  • But instead He waits.
  • But, instead, he came on with hesitating step.
  • But, instead of this, she adopted a different plan.
  • But, instead of this, the above-mentioned law was enacted.
  • But instead she gave me that for which I stooped over her.
  • But, instead of being scalding hot, it was icy cold.
  • But instead of stopping Noxton ran the faster.
  • I ought to have wept, but instead of that I laughed.
  • But instead of going to sleep, Lydia began to cry.
  • But, instead of being tortured, I was the torturer .
  • But instead she upped and married Mr. Rossiter!
  • But instead of Kerr, Shima emerged.
  • But instead of that, I find myself, perhaps, in prison.
  • But instead, Miss Beckwith, the leader, came up smiling.
  • But instead of Barney Palmer, it was Larry who stepped in.
  • But instead of that he fired up with the most virtuous indignation.
  • But instead of this we were ordered by the mate to pull away from it.
  • But instead of spears and javelins they carried barbed harpoons.
  • But instead he began to remember things of a wonderful dream.
  • But instead of talking she fell into a profound silence as they walked on.
  • But instead of keeping up his work, he went on to the house with her.
  • He lowered the head, but instead of looking at it he looked up at her.
  • But instead of taking offense she laughed and started toward the woodshed.
  • But instead of swimming on, he turned in the direction of the cry.
  • But instead he came face to face with the two who had caused them to wag.
  • But instead of being annoyed, she only seemed surprised and relieved.