Only Then In A Sentence

How To Use Only Then In A Sentence?

  • Only then do you pick up a calling-cord from a shelf at the base of the switchboard.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Only Then | Only Then Sentence

  • Only then can the convoy proceed.
  • Only then were we allowed to proceed.
  • Only then it will be too late for repentance.
  • Only then he prefers to do nothing.
  • Only then, when they understood .
  • Only then did he emerge somewhat from his stupor.
  • Only then did she bother with the strap that held it.
  • Only then did my colossal selfishness confront me.
  • Only then did he set her hand free.
  • Only then does it produce its incentive effects.
  • It iss only then that you are of the first class.
  • Only then did complete panic get possession of him.
  • Two gallons only then remained to supply the cylinder.
  • Only then did the four take time to talk.
  • Only then it would have been a different story altogether.
  • Then, and only then, did he seem contented.
  • Then, and only then, will there be real peace.
  • He accepted a few sips only, then thrust it firmly away.
  • Only then did Lorinda speak.
  • Then, and only then, he seemed to take in my presence.
  • Only then was Serbia happy!
  • Only then did Jason explain.
  • Only then will you cease to afflict the ward?...
  • Only then, as you remarked, you would have felt sick.
  • It was only then that I realized the situation.
  • It was only then that Margaret came back to me.
  • Only then did I begin to realise my own temerity.
  • Only then, it seemed, a sudden thought shook the man.
  • Only then the sickness took me and I could not.
  • Only then did Yvon emerge and wake his sister.
  • Only then did Mrs. Botts lose her composure.
  • Only then did Marion turn, and motion to Smythe.
  • Only then.
  • Only then?
  • Only then did he remember he now had in his possession what he wanted.
  • Only then what on earth was that very peculiar and unpleasant shadow?
  • Only then did she fully realise how great her fear had been.
  • Only then can the need of the family be estimated with any degree of exactness.
  • Only then did the other doctor turn and perceive the new-comer.

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