Call My in a sentence

Short Example Sentence for Call My

  • 1. And this they call my doing!
  • 2. Hardly a moment to call my own!
  • 3. I should long for money to call my own.
  • 4. Would you call my old man for me?
  • 5. That is the secret of what you call my influence.
  • 6. Did some one call my name?
  • 7. Will you call my wife and children names any more?
  • 8. What you call my good luck is my martyrdom.
  • 9. Did you call, my lady?
  • 10. Let me speak, and call my motives what you will.
  • 11. Oh! call my brother back.
  • 12. I notice you call my wife by her first name.
  • 13. I please to call my invention a submersible merchantman.
  • 14. Did you call, my dear father?
  • 15. I liked, and call my lands my own.
  • 16. Do not call my son, for we have done him great injustice.
  • 17. I will call my Captains to me.
  • 18. I will call my mother Lucy.
  • 19. Let the precisians call my speech that of the Lothians.
  • 20. You both remember the fountain I call my favourite?
  • 21. Call my maid, or I will make you lace me yourself.
  • 22. I received the first money I could call my own.
  • 23. This internal rule is what I call my reason....
  • 24. But since you are so kind, I will call my Egyptian.
  • 25. James, I have decided to call my play Make-Believe.
  • 26. Don't you hear it call my name?
  • 27. Come now, don't you call my house a pigstye!
  • 28. I haven't got a place on earth to call my home.
  • 29. I shall go on preaching, as you are pleased to call my advocacy.
  • 30. Part of the reason was that I had not a second to call my own.
  • 31. Yet I cannot go there before men and call my love a murderer.
  • 32. I 'ad a minute I could call my own.
  • 33. And there's nothing in the world I can call my own.
  • 34. And I shouldn't dare call my soul my own.
  • 35. It contains the portrait of the woman whom I used to call my wife.
  • 36. But I don't see why they call my friend a mystery.

How to use Call My in a Sentence?

  • 1. I rested very contentedly, and in the morning went on deck ready to call my companions.
  • 2. Lucien pulled my coat, to call my attention to the fact that the lad had only one arm.
  • 3. I am sorry to say, squire, that what you call my prejudice is as strong as ever.
  • 4. I remember a sub-lieutenant trembling like an aspen leaf: he had neglected to call my carriage.