Capital in a sentence

Definition of Capital

Of prime importance. | Chief, in a political sense, as being the seat of the general government of a state or nation. | (comparable, Britain, dated) Excellent.

How to use Capital in a Sentence?

  • Without capital there seemed nothing to do but go on indefinitely working for wages.
  • Richard, how long do you suppose your enemies will wait before making capital out of your speech?
  • He had also furnished me capital and was become my confederate, an accomplice in my frauds.
  • The prison commandant promised that he would execute any sentence short of capital punishment.
  • The capital of my bequest, however, to devolve on his natural or testamentary heirs.
  • This province was always regarded as the ruling one; the chief seat and capital of the order.
  • Afterall, this city had been the capital of Phoride for some five hundred years.
  • I have known many good and worthy men among them, as well as capital fellows, fond of a joke.
  • The Mobilization Order tore through the capital with the velocity and the shock of a shell.
  • We mentioned an impending visit of Eastern Capital bent upon investigating our mineral wealth.
  • In the beginning, after a few months of hardship he returned to Exendria, the capital of Virune.
  • The capital of McGinnis, aside from his freckles and his thirst, was somewhat limited.
  • The delicacy and refinement of form presented by this capital is perhaps greater than that of any other with which we are acquainted.
  • The right of passing capital sentence in particular was considered to emanate either mediately or immediately from him.
  • The lad is a capital boy, and all the better for his early association with elder men on their own level.
  • Of course, no capital could be invested except under the protection of a stable and adequate system of the law.
  • As a native of a great capital who had removed to the province, he displayed a compassionate contempt for his present residence.
  • It was an unmistakably anxious Kaiser who entered his capital on that afternoon of deathless memory.
  • You know we are not exactly millionaires, and our limited capital may not come anywhere near covering things.
  • The army proceeded on its uninterrupted career of victory till the capital of Mexico was in its possession.
  • In these great profits every Spaniard was entitled to share in proportion to his capital or standing in the community.
  • What's the right thing for us to do when we get any Eastern Capital into our town?
  • Better late than never: the surgeon set the leg; the fox recovered, and was killed in due form, after a capital run.
  • Richmond was his first objective point, and failing in the direct approach to the capital of the Confederacy, he moved upon it from the south.
  • English capital was placed for preference in Turkish and in Egyptian bonds, to the great loss of all concerned.
  • Meeting him in Sackville Street, he stopped him to inquire what would be the paid-up capital of the concern.
  • At the present, however, my capital is tied up in various enterprises, and I am really crowding myself to raise this.
  • My nephew has told me enough about your business plans to convince me that you are at a critical point in your career, where a little capital may be everything to you.

Short Example Sentence for Capital

  • He acted as a capital guard.
  • Importancia total do capital da empreza.
  • Why, the inn was doing a capital business.
  • I knew her little capital was dribbling fast away.
  • A capital Sustermans.
  • The capital then was still Rds.
  • He was a capital swimmer, and soon reached poor Jacob.
  • He's a capital flee-fisher.
  • Eighty thousand of Eastern Capital went in there at one time.
  • He would make a capital editor, or a tutor, or a don, an Oxford don.
  • This old European settlement ranks as the tiny capital of the Molucca group.
  • It is very simple--how much capital do you require?

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