Or have we spiritual energies which have called this spiritual nature into being?
Short & Simple Example Sentence For Or Have | Or Have Sentence
Or have you forgotten?
Or have you a letter for him?
Or have you a serious itch?
Or have you changed your mind?
Or have you a glimmer of hope?
Or have you got a headache?
Or have they a real existence of their own?
Without this it cannot live or move or have any being.
Or have tasted the bag of the bee?
Or have you been plaguing him for too much attention?
Or have you gone clean out of your wits?
Give her some jabots to do up or have your hair shampooed.
Or have ye gone insane?
The gills are attached or have a tooth.
All that he will have bound, or have unbound.
Or have we really open water to the southeast?
Or have you lost a far-distant cousin?
Or have you developed an hysterical sense of humour?
Or have we waggled our beards all night long in vain?
Here he ought to have rested, or have died.
I must either cut my hair or have one.
Are you ill, or have you met with an accident?
Is it the smoke from the kettles, or have you been afire?
Or have you never silently borne an unworthy suspicion?
Had you, or have you, any brothers or sisters?
One must give you head, or have no peace.
To want to live with them, or have them to live with us.
Sit still a bit and drink a little more, or have a smoke.
Most of them are in Siberia or have disappeared by now.
Do you lead a quiet life, or have you many friends?
Or have I seen him recently?
I never let her read stories, or have pets, dolls.
Is it only memory, or have I lost my senses?
Are you the man I knew, or have you altered?
Or have they?
Or have we dragged him down from the heights to which he once aspired?
Or have they been swep' overboard?
Or have you forgotten that it is only lazy people who do not mock me?
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