Sinews in a sentence

Definition of Sinews

plural of sinew

How to use Sinews in a Sentence?

  • It is the place where the nerves and sinews gather strength for the work of the morrow.
  • British performances in respect to the cash sinews of war have truly been on a monumental scale.
  • These receipts helped to provide the sinews of war for carrying on my arduous enterprise.
  • Before he could rouse his flagging sinews to another effort, he had floated by the cave.
  • The sinews were forthcoming very quick my dear, and after that the ghost walked quite regular.
  • Their sinews shrivelled to blackened strings, pimpled with purple clots of blood.
  • But in a little it became harder, and the sinews on his bare arms began to swell with the strain.
  • Underneath his thin, shrunken cheeks and skinny arms are sinews almost as tough as steel itself.
  • For hour after hour he pushed on, till even his untiring sinews began to protest.
  • These sinews are first hung outside to dry a little, and are then split into the finest threads.
  • And, lo, the sinews and the flesh came upon them, but there was no breath in them.
  • The sinews were, many of them, a yard in length, and at least the diameter of a large goose-quill.
  • To his excited imagination his adversary seemed a Titan, with sinews of steel and breath of fire.
  • From the tough sinews of the large animals, every Cave-man made his own thread.
  • The high economic level of the Russian Tartars assured the material sinews of war.
  • Bow, stubborn knees; and heart with strings of steel, Be soft as sinews of the new-born babe!
  • If we aren't a naval power now we may develop some sinews of strength before we are through.
  • It was obvious to him the country to be conquered must supply the sinews of war for its own conquest.

Short Example Sentence for Sinews

  • These are they who furnish the real sinews of war.
  • I was all nerves and sinews for the two-mile.
  • Twisted sinews will make a fishing-line.
  • The gripe of his hand cracked the sinews of an enemy.
  • I can stir you with a stave to set your sinews straining.
  • But nothing gave him initiative and the sinews of action.
  • Meddle, and you snap the sinews with your sumptuary laws.
  • Care I for the thews and sinews of a man?
  • With these sinews of war, Saxe hastened to Courland.
  • The desert sun had dried his sinews and warped his shoulders.
  • The threads used are made from the sinews of the deer or the wolf.
  • The sinews of the legs should be drawn whichever way it is dressed.
  • It's not merely a case of lack of the sinews of war.
  • With delight he felt all the big sinews about his shoulders come into play.
  • They sew with the sinews of deer; and much of their needlework is very neat.
  • He has no bones and sinews of his own, the poor old flimsy fellow!
  • He felt the thin old sinews under his hand contract suddenly, and paused.
  • My sinews lost their tension, and my whole frame became lax and powerless.
  • And what shoulder, and what art Could twist the sinews of thy heart?
  • But I have felt the sinews of the old yellow giant tighen about my naked body.
  • And what shoulder, and what art, Could twist the sinews of thy heart?
  • Some glover's needles and sinews for making leather coats and moccasins.