You mean to say that you charge thirteen dollars for these damned inhuman hospitalities of yours?
But at present we do not mean to touch this argument; we shall reserve it for another work.
A tiny dot may mean the whole city with hundreds of homes, factories and other buildings.
What mean these wrinkles on thy noble brow, which I have never seen there before?
However, I do not mean to moralize; but one cannot always sink the philosopher.
She took her pure, sensitive, mean little soul away to Fremantle or somewhere in that direction.
It may save you some trouble and expense, if I say right here and now, that I mean to have it!
Leibnitz does not mean that evil proceeds from abstract ideas, before they are embodied in the creation of real moral agents.
This was clearly the only entrance, and he did not mean to be taken unawares by whatever danger there might have been lurking outside.
Now this language means something according to the system of nature; but what does it mean according to the system of necessity?
For he did not want the quest to be given up, since it would mean her going away with her two attendant grey-heads to the other side of the world.
This was dubious, and might mean being stuck there or in a similar place indefinitely, or might mean being eventually sent forward.
Does he mean that God endeavours to communicate holiness, and fails in consequence of the necessary imperfection of the creature?
I missed him again as I heard a fluttering and squawking that might mean mischief, near the poultry yard.
He spoke sharply: "What do you mean by following me up like this, and skulking in the brambles?
We mean to affirm, that the innocent do sometimes suffer under the administration of God; and that all suffering is not a punishment for sin.
Short & Simple Example Sentence For Mean | Mean Sentence
I mean for all of us.
Well, and what mean you?
I mean the patent medicine.
What did the man mean by his confounded platitudes?
He looked mean and probably felt the same way.
No grass would mean no food for cows and sheep.
I have told you what I mean to do.
But I did not mean to vex him.
What I mean is his nature.
I only mean I am tired of singing.
Not but what I mean to go anyhow, for that matter.
I'm sure I don't mean to.
But you mean Mr. Sandford.
But I mean exactly what I say.
But what mean you? CHAR.
I don't mean he respected him.
I mean that the story isn't worth it.
Say, you don't mean my aunt?
I mean as to body and limbs; with the face there was a difference.
In the mean time day declined, and no messenger returned from Tusculum.
Twice already have I vainly pursued the fellow; this time I mean to catch him.
I don't mean good in the sense of smart or skilful in his trade.
A ruler's every act and word may mean the ruin or the salvation of thousands.
I mean I have not told all that happened in the dream's fulfilment.
Definition of Mean
Having the mean (see noun below) as its value. | (obsolete) Middling; intermediate; moderately good, tolerable. | (Ireland, Britain regional) To lament.
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