And the colt became as handy as the goat he was alleged by his detractors to resemble.
His detractors are reduced to the miserable expedient of striving to make him appear ridiculous.
His detractors charged that the entire speech was a bid for the support of the south in his eager struggle for the presidency.
Events had moved rapidly since the primitive days when she was content to bombard her detractors with slippers and garter buckles.
The need of replying to his personal enemies and the detractors of his nation deterred him perhaps from achieving this part of his scheme.
He thought he could impose a courteous silence upon his detractors and prevent comment on his ill success.
These figures are probably as much above the mark as those of Napoleon's detractors are below it.
The verdict of this committee was adverse, and justly so; yet the system condemned had at least one merit which its detractors failed to realize.
Many of their detractors were surprised at the amount of good-will and self-sacrifice revealed in the episcopal ranks when they were put to the test.
Again, when you have got the feelings of your friends in a sound state, you must then acquaint yourself with the attitude and varieties of your detractors and opponents.
But there lacked not detractors who swore that John Dibble and other Lincolnites had applied for torches for the mere pleasure of carrying them.
Short & Simple Example Sentence For Detractors | Detractors Sentence
His detractors are mine also.
In that matter certainly, its detractors have been confounded.
Let all that detractors can say be said, and how much remains untouched!
Thus Luther thought and spoke of his detractors and defamers.
He is charged by his detractors with the design to make himself Dictator.
Henceforth the mouths of Audrey's detractors were closed.
Definition of Detractors
plural of detractor
Sentence Structure is important because it provide us with the framework for the clear written expression of our ideas.The aim in writing is always to write in complete sentences which are correctly punctuated. Sentences always begin with a capital letter and end in either a full stop, exclamation or question mark. A complete sentence always contains a verb, expresses a complete idea and makes sense standing alone. On this page we are showing correct ways to write: