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Clothe In A Sentence
Definition of Clothe
(transitive) To adorn or cover with clothing; to dress; to supply clothes or clothing. | (figuratively) To cover or invest, as if with a garment.
How To Use Clothe In A Sentence?
For what is bread to the body if you do not also
the mind spiritually and mentally?
Passion can always contrive to
itself in beauty, strips itself splendid.
For how should we
ourselves, how nourish ourselves, without the agriculturist?
Upon these plains we can raise enough to feed and
twenty million people.
Oh, who is he that dared to
this sweet blossom in such an ignominious title?
Schiller would be
if he could
himself in the lustre of virtue without sacrifice.
I am only required to feed and
myself, an easy task in this land of opportunity.
I am weaving the linen garments that shall
my household in the long years to come!
A little farther antiquarian conjecture is necessary to
the country with oak woods.
It has to feed and
my body by labor, the brain regulating the handicraft.
He prepared no phrases in which to
his news; facts are facts and are to be stated as facts.
A more vigorous age discards the laces in which the mother delights to
the new-born child.
Short & Simple Example Sentence For Clothe | Clothe Sentence
Of silke and
it in words to guard it from my intellect.
But how to
and feed and arm our men!
He had also helped the priests to
Nature does not feed,
and shelter man.
The Ainu care more to adorn than to
Who bade the sun Clothe you with rainbows?
the heathen at this rate, Maine.
Who bade the Sun Clothe you with rainbows?
me; I am naked, and cannot
The poor have worked hard enough to
Somerset had scarcely words in which to
him in the garment of perfections and exalted virtues.
They feed and
the teacher and heat the church and the school.
He answered with haste, begging me to
myself at once.
But her vocabulary offered her nothing with which to
those naked hours.
There were garments enough there to
five hundred children.
Not at all; he must
himself in the mantle of darkness.
thoughts, and you
A few minutes will suffice to
him in bullet-proof and get on his belt.
the left foot before the right one is a sign of misfortune.
It will please me to
thee with what may be needful from time to time.
The treasuries of local speech were all too poor to
so wild a venture.
Hence we eat and drink for nourishment, and
ourselves for warmth.
the naked, and despise not those of our own flesh.
Fill her stomach,
her back; oil is the remedy of her limbs.
Do they feed the hungry,
the naked, and visit the sick?
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