Sees That in a sentence

How to use Sees That in a Sentence?

  • When he looks at her again he sees that there are tears in her eyes, and he pities her.
  • Only an individual here and there sees that freedom and domination must belong to us.
  • Each day sees that difference grow more and more marked, more and more terrible.
  • One looks at your picture and sees that it is wonderful, but does not understand how wonderful.
  • She sees that the ancestral tomb has been opened, and a great dread is at her heart.
  • Grim soon sees that this pace is wearing out her strength, and pauses for a moment.
  • Then one day he sees that the grandmother is growing old and fears that she must soon leave him.
  • Your canoe is swift; he sees that you are gaining, that you are already too near.
  • Nakeesa sees that he has put on his hide sandals, so burning is the glittering white sand.
  • He keeps an eye on every individual pilgrim, and sees that no one is overlooked.
  • His grandfather will help him, perhaps, when he sees that he is determined to be educated.

Short Example Sentence for Sees That

  • He sees that she has recognized him.
  • He sees that he has no defense.
  • He sees that the lights are out and turns them on.
  • It is not that which man sees that supports him.
  • His mother sees that he must go.
  • From this one sees that romance is not all smouldering.
  • Gortre sees that the grave is kept beautiful with flowers.
  • Even Sonnino sees that and acknowledges it.
  • He only sees that other trace of Helen.
  • One sees that most strikingly in the new Museum.
  • He looks and sees that it is his Uncle George.
  • He sees that now.
  • The French Royalist sees that the English like their King.
  • He sees that.
  • He sees that it really cannot be made to answer such a purpose.
  • So your worship sees that it is impossible for me to remain here any longer.
  • It also executes its judgments or sees that they are executed.
  • He sees that life is far too complex to be treated in this way.
  • He sees that their knowledge of their power must eventually come to them.
  • He sees that fruits on the branches he carries are agate beads.
  • The police commissioner sees that the negroes have the protection of the law.
  • But he says no more at present, for he sees that it would be in vain.
  • Faust sees that he has brought home a spirit and proceeds to conjure the beast.
  • But in front of him, he sees that six are galloping down the steep.
  • She sees that food is not wasted, and that her clothing is cared for properly.
  • Thus, he brings matches when he sees that some one wants to light a candle.
  • He sees, that the structure still fits him, but fits him colossally.
  • He looks at the board and sees that he can get twenties against Cutandrun.
  • The butcher is my friend when he sees that I am not wholly dependent on him.