Harriett in a sentence

How to use Harriett in a Sentence?

  • Harriett had no right to treat her as if she were clear outside the common things of life.
  • Harriett had colored at that, and her hand was fumbling in the little patch of clover.
  • Harriett spoke of the house, how she supposed the best thing to do would be to offer it for sale.
  • He left a few minutes later; Harriett, who went with him to the door, did not return to the room.
  • Harriett sighed heavily as she said she feared it was one of those things that would not be made right.

Short Example Sentence for Harriett

  • Harriett had to say.
  • Harriett turned from the window.
  • Harriett was silent a moment.
  • Harriett sadly shook her head.
  • Harriett had no right to treat her like that!
  • Harriett was moving toward the door.
  • Harriett was looking at the bay window.
  • Harriett flushed and still stood there uncertainly.
  • Harriett got up and walked to the other side of the room.
  • Cyrus and Harriett had entered.
  • He had lunch with Harriett.
  • So she would have to stay and talk to Harriett.
  • But Harriett continued to stand there uncertainly.
  • Harriett thought, however, that they had better let it go.
  • Ted and Harriett were talking in the lower hall.
  • When she looked around she saw her sister Harriett.
  • Let me tell you something, Harriett.
  • In a little while Harriett would have another baby.
  • So this is your idea of life, is it, Harriett?
  • That was why Harriett found her strange, hard to talk to.
  • Harriett hesitated.
  • Harriett, b.
  • Harriett had grown into that manner of striving to do the right thing.
  • Harriett too had turned a little away from the others and was looking down.
  • Annie heard their voices and then she had to join her and Harriett.
  • It made Harriett conscious of what there was holding them apart.
  • If only Harriett would put her arms around her and really kiss her!
  • Harriett thought of her own children at home, whom Ruth had not seen.
  • By Harriett Jay.
  • Harriett could see Ruth as a little girl running through those rooms.
  • Between Ruth and Harriett things went much better than they had the day before.
  • Ruth had been glad to see Harriett; it touched her that Harriett should come.
  • Harriett Lull Culpepper (NK); 30Mar60; R254853.
  • Ted kept callously calling it to Harriett and their Cousin Flora.
  • Ruth only answered gently, "Yes, Harriett," but she felt warmed in her heart.