Gregory in a sentence

How to use Gregory in a Sentence?

  • As it was, Gregory felt with some bewilderment that his behaviour was hardly normal.
  • They were not interesting people, but Gregory liked them none the less for that.
  • They stood for a long time in silence, Gregory leaning beside her and looking down at the sea.
  • Of course in one sense, if you take Gregory in as you have taken Karen in, you open doors to him.
  • Tante had not written at once and Gregory had to control his discontent and impatience as best he might.
  • Under Gregory IX the same prohibition was issued, in 1229, to laymen in Great Britain.
  • Karen had at last turned her eyes upon his and they met them in a long encounter that recalled to Gregory their first.
  • To this large question Gregory made no reply, continuing to offer her the non-committal coolness of his smile.
  • Among these alien and unfamiliar visages, Gregory caught sight suddenly of one that was alien yet recognizable.
  • And something that Gregory had felt in her from the first, and that had roused in him dim hostilities and ironies, was now more fully revealed.
  • The moment was not a propitious one for speaking to her; yet Gregory felt that he could not go without saying good-bye.
  • Karen and Gregory reached their headland and, seating themselves on the short, warm turf, looked out over the sea.
  • They must at once inaugurate their home-coming, Gregory said, by going out on the balcony and looking at the view together.
  • Hicks was puttering around the fire, evidently cooking supper, and Gregory was moving the picket rope of his horse to fresh grass.
  • As Gregory died in 1623, the despatch of this letter must have been long delayed at Rome or en route.
  • She even wondered if the quick determination to accept Gregory as Karen's suitor hadn't been part of the punishment.
  • When Mac started Gregory back he told him that we would be along presently, then sat himself down on a rock and watched the breed.
  • Dr. Gregory B. Newby Chief Executive and Director gbnewby@pglaf.org Section 4.

Short Example Sentence for Gregory

  • To this Gregory did not reply.
  • She gave Gregory her hand.
  • This kindly solicitude amused Gregory very much.
  • Finally my grandfather Gregory walked briskly forth.
  • I reckon Gregory thought he got me first shot.
  • I want to go on living where Gregory has lived for so long.
  • So we turned our attention to Gregory and Bevans.
  • I wanted to kill Hicks and Gregory when they told me.
  • I have heard of you, Mr. Gregory ...
  • An epistle of Gregory IX.
  • Mrs. Talcott departed and Gregory turned to Karen.
  • His council was presided over by St. Gregory Nazianzen.
  • Even the great and daring Gregory VII.
  • Thus it was when Pope Gregory XIV.
  • Yet Gregory thought of her very contentedly while he dressed.
  • She had quite mastered her emotion and Gregory could look up at her frankly.
  • You and Gregory got him after he was wounded, didn't you?
  • Everybody respected Gregory Jardine and a good many people disliked him.
  • Also W. Gregory "The Dead Heart of Australia" pp.
  • St. Gregory the Great wrote of him that "he was a man of rare virtue".
  • Miss Scrotton felt irritation rather than affection for Gregory Jardine.
  • After all, dearest," Gregory had ventured, "we did want her, didn't we?

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