Excursions in a sentence

Definition of Excursions

plural of excursion

How to use Excursions in a Sentence?

  • The guests were at the theatre, on excursions in the neighborhood, or dining about the park.
  • Many of the excursions from Aix have a little restaurant as the point to be reached.
  • He made some wonderful excursions into the realm of the bizarre, the uncanny, and the gruesome.
  • Almost daily they indulged in excursions in the environs, the Prussian acting as guide.
  • Branch excursions may be made towards the Hampshire border and to Chiddingfold country.
  • Of other birds of any kind I heard or saw little on my excursions through Crete.
  • They were a series of excursions which he was accustomed to describe as hunting expeditions for the stocking of our larder.
  • They make long and fatiguing excursions in search of precious materials which all the while are concealed in their own breasts.
  • In all excursions to the woods or to the shore, the student of ornithology has an advantage over his companions.
  • These excursions from the primary line of research were of great value in broadening the basis of his knowledge.
  • These excursions preyed upon her mind, so that at last she resolved to challenge him regarding them.
  • In these excursions they often meet with other trains from an opposite direction, when both join in one.
  • Many weeks passed in different occupations about the tree, and many shooting excursions were undertaken.
  • If the excursions to the probate court and the trust company had roused expectations of change in their condition, they were to be disappointed.
  • We had a great deal of swimming in the lake, and several motor-boat excursions to its beautiful upper reaches.
  • The spirit, even if the body cannot go with it, comes back refreshed by these excursions to the country.
  • Horses were likewise prepared for his guests, whenever they chose to accompany him, or to amuse themselves by excursions into the country.
  • Upon this, the third day of junketing, it was tiresome to have to restrain oneself even from such innocent excursions of fancy.
  • Among the summer pleasures of the young people picnics still rank high, and picnic excursions by steamboat or sloop highest of all.
  • His excursions upward are limited, for he could not live near the surface heights of this ocean, vast and deep and boundless.
  • The greater number, however, take no harm by the excursions into the various departments of vice which it is incumbent upon them to study.
  • Such excursions on historic grounds," said he, "are interesting and instructive to the historical inquirer.
  • Through all his curious excursions of feeling he expected her always to follow, and Dolly tried to follow as she was expected.
  • There seems to be a law, or rather a habit pertaining to forest life, into which every one falls, while upon excursions such as ours.
  • The excursions ran coaches, parlor-cars, dining-cars and sleeping-cars, and did a land-office business.
  • Either one stayed in the village, like a lodged stone, or one made random excursions into the world, across the world.
  • She affected art and lectures, and excursions to mountains, and campings-out, and unconventionalities, and no doubt had a good time in her way.
  • During his last excursions into the plain, either by himself or with Carefinotu, Godfrey had seen no wild animal.
  • The woollen stuffs found in the box were used during the few excursions necessary for revictualling, until the weather became so bad that even these were forbidden.

Short Example Sentence for Excursions

  • All their pleasure excursions had been equally delightful.
  • They weren't fishing excursions at all.
  • His fishing excursions from here have been of the same order, only more so.
  • These alpine excursions incontestably deserve the name of perilous ascents!
  • We may do much the same thing with profit in our excursions among books.
  • Of course he had lots of chances, going on excursions as they were every day.
  • These were immense excursions for the spirit of a young person at Mrs.
  • Dolly had started away from her vague excursions when the Epistle ended.
  • Sir Henry Cranton's fishing excursions are myths.
  • Yet the Watertown & Rome Railroad needed no excursions for its prosperity.
  • And these excursions all had one object:--to find Kahwa.

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