Claiming To in a sentence

How to use Claiming To in a Sentence?

  • But again let me implore you to be on your guard against claiming to be its author.
  • Bradlaugh again found at the table of the House claiming to be allowed to take the oath.
  • The party, though claiming to represent the people, is not in reality a popular organ.
  • There were, of course, those claiming to hold this theory whose underlying motives were selfish.
  • Yet you have everlastingly had your own say about Lahoma, from claiming to be a cousin!
  • The sun and moon, they say, once got angry with each other, each one claiming to be the eldest.
  • Teachers found that they could get pupils easier by claiming to understand the mechanical workings of the voice.
  • Claiming to be a descendant of an ancient hero who had one day transformed himself into a river-god, he must have had a knack for these tales.
  • Think of a man like that; in whom the passions and vices have burned themselves out, putting on the airs of a saint and claiming to have reformed!
  • Now the difficulty of the case lay in this, that it was well known that there were three pictures of the subject, all claiming to be originals.
  • They, in virtue of their office, ought not to be, and they have the highest authority for not claiming to be, judges or lawgivers.
  • Such persons were not difficult to find, it is true; and it was a proof that those claiming to be in authority, rightfully or not, were present.
  • Changing our history, stealing our certainties, claiming to be so blasted all-knowing and best intentioned and efficient, and what does it lead to?
  • At the worst Caesar is a usurper, a satrap claiming to be sovereign; at the best he is provisional.
  • Probably, perceptions are simply cases of belief claiming to be intuitive, i.e. free of external evidence.
  • If you have any regard for me, keep the lady claiming to be my wife at such distance that I may never set eyes on her again.
  • This family, though claiming to be Christian and civilised, was little better than vagrant and savage.
  • They have been in the same condition since about 1874 when first seen by the whites, even the oldest Indians claiming to know nothing about them.
  • The Dowager Czarina forsook the convent in which she had so long been immured to behold the man claiming to be her son.
  • He placed Himself deliberately in the prophetic line, only claiming to sum up the series in Himself.
  • Many of the Tabriz carpets lie under the same suspicion, and those of soft tones, claiming to be antiques, may be wisely questioned.
  • Here, on the other hand, the ridicule was directed against Him entirely on the ground of His claiming to be a king.
  • I laughed at his solicitude, claiming to be good for many a mile yet, and he left me, never realizing that I already staggered from weariness.
  • Hence the ascendency of the professional politician who, claiming to represent the masses, really owes his preferment to those who subsidize the party machine.
  • On arrival at Gibraltar, the captain reported to the governor that he had on board a personage claiming to be the Prince of Modena.
  • They may claim to be better educated than we are, and more intelligent, to have minds of a superior natural constitution; but we protest against their claiming to be intrusted with the secrets of heaven.
  • It is obvious that in a work claiming to be scientific, and appealing to men of every faith, all religions must be treated impartially, and that the same method must be applied to each of them.
  • The most that can reasonably be contended for is that super-normal occurrences of this kind may possess a certain corroborative value in support of a Revelation claiming to be accepted on other grounds.
  • His first disciples told how he began his ministry by altering the word which was said to them of old time, and ended it by calmly claiming to be the future Judge of all men.
  • Let it be known that there were companies in some cities who, claiming to have a capital of four hundred thousand dollars, yet had that capital exhausted when they had sunk one well costing five thousand dollars.
  • There were those among the few claiming to have any insight into the real Hawk Carse who declared that a month went out of his life for every minute he spent in the cell then.
  • Here are Hera, Athena, and Aphrodite, each claiming to be the fairest, and each clamoring for this prize, this golden apple.

Short Example Sentence for Claiming To

  • You need not be claiming to be such a friend of his.
  • Ruth was always claiming to have sacrificed herself.
  • This he does while loudly claiming to be tolerant.
  • A shareholder claiming to rescind must do so promptly.
  • Do you account as nothing, his claiming to forgive sins?
  • All "hair tonics" claiming to do this are frauds.
  • I am claiming to have witnessed an evocation of the battle of Trafalgar!
  • By falsely claiming to be princess you have imposed upon the Holy Father.