Progress in a sentence

Definition of Progress

(intransitive) to move, go, or proceed forward; to advance. | (intransitive) to improve; to become better or more complete. | (transitive) To move (something) forward; to advance, to expedite.

Short Example Sentence for Progress

  • 1. All other progress is secondary and dependant.
  • 2. The progress of the war is out of our province.
  • 3. What progress has the world made since that period!
  • 4. The progress of the Allies!
  • 5. Is this rush of progress to remain unchecked, always?
  • 6. His progress in other accomplishments was almost parallel with this.
  • 7. They are progressive, keeping pace with the progress of all times.
  • 8. All over the world, change, improvement, progress are the words.
  • 9. I have also in progress an allegorical group commemorative of Governor Wise.
  • 10. Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress is probably the best-known allegory.
  • 11. One other besides Joan watched Archie's progress with interest.

How to use Progress in a Sentence?

  • 1. May not this be the new era that is about opening in the progress of all things?
  • 2. Things went on in the same leisurely way which had marked the progress of the expedition.
  • 3. The tide of progress will sweep onward in the future as it has done in the past.
  • 4. We are without detailed records of the early progress of this charming love affair.
  • 5. The situation here is unchanged, though we have made some progress in knitting.
  • 6. Simple meals of rice and bananas progress round cooking-pots of burnished copper.
  • 7. At their rate of progress we reckoned it would take several months to finish either.
  • 8. Is the current of progress to flow by them for ever, bearing no reforms which shall affect them?
  • 9. The ground was growing rougher; it was broken up into hillocks, and his progress was less rapid.
  • 10. My backward progress was checked at last by the corner of the table against which I brought up.
  • 11. It was here that Ben Jolly adapted the slow, striking music to the progress of the story.
  • 12. This is an element which has been wrought into their system by the subsequent progress of human knowledge.
  • 13. Is the progress that seems attainable in certain directions worth the retrogression that may be its price?
  • 14. Everything had been going so well that the sudden news of an interruption to their buoyant progress chilled him through sheer contrast.
  • 15. Experiments of the utmost importance to all airships are in progress with a view to ridding the gas of this air cheaply and quickly.
  • 16. Archie had been standing at the door, watching her progress around his room with eyes that were almost incredulous.
  • 17. In this slow progress they presently came upon a somewhat nondescript figure at work in a potato-patch.
  • 18. There is no real progress in a country, except a rise in the level of its free intellectual activity.
  • 19. I flatter myself it will be of very practical use to the cause of progress and common sense, and the killing of such superstitions everywhere.
  • 20. The financiers, too, are adventurous-spirited and eager for mechanical progress and technical efficiency.
  • 21. The breath of the fierce flames scorched her cheek as she spoke, the wind of their roaring progress swept her hair.
  • 22. It was incredible to him that, with so many hours of so-called study, so little progress had been made.
  • 23. But before we commence our regular work, let me say that without laborious study no satisfactory progress can be made.
  • 24. Never believe thou hast adopted the trammels of a pursuit bounded by progress because thine own progress bounds thine own pursuit.
  • 25. The book deals, in a broad sense, with the grand theme of the progress of intellectual liberty.
  • 26. He obliged us to affect a passionate interest in the progress of county matches, to work up unnatural enthusiasms.
  • 27. A light air and a slight tide were making into the passage, and the schooner's progress was slow.
  • 28. It was a sort of progress that had bolted; it was change out of hand, and going at an unprecedented pace nowhere in particular.
  • 29. In deep snow cottontails may progress with long bounds carrying them high enough vertically, to clear the surrounding snow.