It Puts in a sentence

How to use It Puts in a Sentence?

  • It puts that class beyond the power of continuing its depredations upon society.
  • It puts us first of all into touch with the problem of life rather than the solution.
  • It puts its aims on record in a programme unanimously adopted with the greatest enthusiasm.
  • It puts its stamp of honor upon the man who gathers a large fortune into his hands.
  • It puts the standards of poetry not in the hands of the poet, but in the hands of the grammarians.
  • No matter how bad a person feels when he first comes here, it puts new life into him.
  • To breathe in the sea it puts forth gills, and makes lungs for itself when stranded on the land.
  • It removes all difficulties; it silences all objections; it puts everything in its right place.
  • It puts the case of the Southern planters in a very rational and most interesting light.
  • He aims always at a real and tangible object, and in gaining it puts heaven and earth in motion.
  • If a star approach us, it puts a greater number of waves into an inch, and shortens their length.
  • Observe it from day to day as it puts out new shoots bearing leaves and roots (see Fig. 7).

Short Example Sentence for It Puts

  • It puts their backs up.
  • It puts me in mind of home.
  • It puts force into his hands.
  • It puts an eminence under the most stupid.
  • It puts new life into me.
  • It puts him in a purple rage directly.
  • It puts an affront upon nature.
  • Is it trying to get more out of life than it puts in?
  • You see, it puts me up against it.
  • The bare thought of it puts me in a tremor.
  • To this end it puts order into the structure of society.
  • It puts a premium on dulness and a penalty on genius.
  • It puts me in mind of the decay of old houses and names.
  • Also it puts them Beyond the Pale.
  • I suppose it puts you back in your arrangements at the meet here?
  • Asking for it puts you under no obligation to us except to read it.
  • It puts a ban on religious indifference and mechanical worship.
  • It is during this last leap that it puts its neck into the noose and is taken.
  • But it puts a bad taste in my mouth to have you turn it into a road-house.
  • Summoning the winds to its aid, it puts out the lights, and disappears.
  • It puts forth its greatest speed, making in a straight line for the shore.
  • It puts good books, and no others, into the hands of children.
  • Often it puts on the symptoms of epilepsy, or heart disease, or consumption.
  • It puts me in mind of some woman, most beauteous indeed, but three days dead.
  • You see, it puts it quite out of my power to meet your family Curse.
  • It puts me in mind of old days, that breath of air, before we came to Paris.
  • It lasts long, like Daisies, because it puts and spreads dayly new roots.