## Short & Simple Example Sentence For Nine Days | Nine Days Sentence

- Thus for
**nine days** more they chattered. - We were now
**nine days** from the wagons. - They exercised for thirty-
**nine days**. - Then not to go down the same road for
**nine days**. - Nine days we marched and slept in this manner.
- We had come 307 miles in
**nine days**. - The search-party remained for
**nine days**. - For
**nine days** the retreat went steadily on. - He did not hope for even the proverbial
**nine days**. - The army had been
**nine days** without meat. - And what changes might not have occurred in
**nine days**! - Nine days were spent in hearing this mass of evidence.
- Some like it in the pot,
**nine days** old. - It was then fifty-
**nine days** since she was first taken ill. - The
**nine days** wonder, the operation dynamo. - It was the same as Sunday at our house for
**nine days**. - Pease-porridge in the pot Nine days old.
- For
**nine days** and nine nights Hermod rode on. - For
**nine days** Peggy wrestled with the destroying angel. - Some like it in the pot, Nine days old.
- In that way I spent
**nine days** in anxious suspense. - It was
**nine days** since Miss Jane had disappeared. - They made the voyage to New York in
**nine days**. - Zogal's
**nine days**' halt in Bara soon came to an end. - For thirty-
**nine days**, Hubert de Burgh remained within. - It had not even been a
**nine days**' wonder. - It was the
**nine days**' wonder of the community. - Any softness which had crept into me during my
**nine days** of happiness has gone. - The story was a
**nine days**' wonder. - In all the hospitals it would be a
**nine days**' gossip. - For thirty-
**nine days** the head remained in its favourite corner. - The cavalry were
**nine days** on the road, and grumbled then! - It made me a
**nine days**' wonder with the students. - They spent
**nine days** in the castle of the eagle with the third sister. - The eschars separated in
**nine days** leaving the wounds healed. - It proved difficult to keep her in bed for
**nine days** after her confinement. - In 1116 nearly the whole town was consumed by a fire that lasted
**nine days**.