## Short & Simple Example Sentence For He Sold | He Sold Sentence

- He sold it once and that was satisfying.
- Twas
**he sold** for me last time. - Afterward
**he sold** out for two millions. - He sold the land in 1787.
- The more
**he sold** the better he liked it. - He sold it more than a year ago.
- Within the year
**he sold** it for a hundred and fifty. - If
**he sold** it, what did he sell it for? - He sold off his stock some years ago.
- He sold her father whatever land she has.
- He sold it for five thousand dollars.
- Then
**he sold** his stock and left this ranch. - He sold the business about fifteen years ago.
- He sold her into life service as a night-hawk.
- He sold them because it was his duty, but he hated them.
- He sold his farm for less than half its value.
- The best of goods he had, and
**he sold** fair. - He sold the daggers, the knives and coshes.
- About 1894
**he sold** this property for $250. - Strong enough to have fought for his wife,
**he sold** her. - It was his business to sell goods, and
**he sold** them. - He sold his crop for ten and one-half pence a pound.
- Had
**he sold** the cat, she sarcastically inquired of father. - And
**he sold** his birth-right unto Jacob. - He sold firewood, delivered for $3.00 a cord.
- He sold it to pay his ransom after the Essex rebellion.
- He sold her fruit, I take it?
- Well, it turned out that
**he sold** us all to Metternich. - He sold No. 20 and 21 in the 13th con.
- He sold all of them but Old Black.
- He sold No. 17 and 18 broken lots in the 13th con.
- He sold 4000 copies of Lord Byron.
- These products
**he sold** at exorbitant prices in New York. - He sold the State of New York to them both.
- He sold his "Life of Voltaire" for twenty dollars.
- He sold the paper.
- Did the defendant guarantee the goods
**he sold** the plaintiff? - So
**he sold** all he had, and set off into the world to find her out. - That first day
**he sold** more books than during the whole week before.