Hands In In A Sentence

Definition of Hands In

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hand in

How To Use Hands In In A Sentence?

  • Horace bent over and took her hands in his.
  • He raised his hands in supplication.
  • Vernon bent over and took both her hands in his.
  • Pierre stood with his hands in his pockets.
  • Keith bent over her and took both her hands in his.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Hands In | Hands In Sentence

  • He seized her hands in both of his own.
  • She had her hands in her muff.
  • He caught her hands in his own.
  • He folded her hands in his own.
  • Put your hands in the air.
  • He took her hands in his.
  • And he took both her hands in his.
  • She caught both my hands in hers.
  • He took both her hands in his.
  • She put her hands in his.
  • Shall we join hands in this?
  • He takes her hands in his.
  • Archibald took both her hands in his.
  • He took both of her hands in his.
  • And they clap their hands in glee.
  • Emma clapped her hands in delight.
  • She folded her hands in her lap.
  • Scotty held up his hands in surrender.
  • He took her two hands in his.
  • She held out her hands in pity.
  • I clasped my hands in thankfulness.
  • I turned and placed both my hands in his.
  • Bea clasped her hands in pity.
  • He bent to her and took her hands in his.
  • He caught her whip and her hands in his.
  • He had come to her and taken her hands in his.
  • She wrung her hands in indecision.
  • I took both her hands in mine.
  • She clapped her hands in glee.
  • He rubbed his hands in glee.
  • Themistocles threw up his hands in deprecation.
  • I had been in worse hands in the interim.
  • Tommy put out his hands in some confusion.
  • He clasped his hands in supplication to her.
  • Olive clapped her hands in delight.

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