Renault in a sentence

Short Example Sentence for Renault

  • 1. As regards artillery Renault was better off.
  • 2. Young Renault sadly obeyed the master he had given himself.
  • 3. Other accounts say that Renault hired them to assist him.
  • 4. Madame Renault was making tea and coffee, and punch too.
  • 5. This was also the opinion of M. Renault and his son.
  • 6. Nevertheless, Renault sent MM.
  • 7. He reposes in the spot which young Renault had bought for him.
  • 8. The Renault family strongly remonstrated against this liberality.
  • 9. Leon Renault hastened out to make apologies to all to whom they were due.
  • 10. M. Renault himself bustled out into the rain, gesticulating excitedly.
  • 11. We finished the job in about half an hour, and the Renault started up at once.
  • 12. Mesdames Renault and Murdoch are giving their best to the men.
  • 13. To return, however, to Renault and the garrison of Chandernagore.
  • 14. All this time Renault was watching the war between the English and the Moors.
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How to use Renault in a Sentence?

  • 1. Under the circumstances, all that Renault could do was to continue his fortifications.
  • 2. Miss Renault regarded her friend with something of adoration from beneath her black lashes.
  • 3. Law could not persuade Renault to act, and without his doing so the game was nearly hopeless.
  • 4. Leon Renault was of medium height, light hair and complexion, plump and well made.
  • 5. After this preliminary examination, M. Renault put his laboratory at the service of his guests.
  • 6. Mr. Renault protested, asked about all the residents of Gravois way, and finally obeyed.
  • 7. She had unbosomed herself to Anne Brinsmade and timid Eugenie Renault the day before.
  • 8. The first twenty-five of these ships to be produced were fitted with the 70 horse-power Renault engine.
  • 9. It was this waste of valuable time upon the defence of the town that a capable engineer would have saved Renault from the mistake of committing.
  • 10. Madame Renault felt herself blush with satisfaction, and Gothon was so overcome that she dropped a plate.
  • 11. She was very pretty withal, and not so merely to the eyes of her lover, or of the Renault family, or of the little city where she lived.
  • 12. Madame Renault took the arm of her son, contrary to all the laws of etiquette, and without even apologizing to the honored guests present.
  • 13. According to an account written later by a person who was not present at the siege, Renault lost his Fort by a quarter of an hour.
  • 14. Colonel Clive had more than once written to Renault to remonstrate with him for taking British soldiers into his service.
  • 15. It is important, in the light of what happened later, to notice that Clive addresses Renault as a combatant and the head of the garrison.
  • 16. Happily, Leon Renault extricated her from the hands of the Colonel, and placed himself between them, determined to defend his own.
  • 17. Gothon went to bed, considerably bruised; the Renault family talked sense into the Colonel, and got out of him pretty much what they wanted.
  • 18. Miss Catherwood, when they met on the street, pretended not to see him, and Eugenie Renault gave him but a timid nod.