Sonnets in a sentence 🔊

Short Sentences for Sonnets

1. Making sonnets by moonlight. 🔊

2. Notice how these other sonnets are constructed. 🔊

3. Do all sonnets show this change? 🔊

4. His sweet sonnets seem the natural outbirth of the land. 🔊

5. The Borgia wrote sonnets that night. 🔊

6. Gordon, George Huntly, two sonnets by, 420. 🔊

7. Let me tell you there have been sonnets made on my eyes, before now. 🔊

8. Poets indited sonnets to them; friends and admirers thronged around them. 🔊

9. From these high windows sonnets are thrown, on a windy night. 🔊

10. His heart sang within him, and the songs were sonnets to his beloved. 🔊

11. She had been reading Shakespeare's sonnets aloud to me. 🔊

12. So, the sonnets of Petrarch are as unmeaning as the promises of candidates. 🔊

13. She also, forsooth, wrote sonnets to the moon, and hymns to the rising sun. 🔊

14. The delicious sonnets of Jones Very were oozings from its spring. 🔊

15. Hunt has damned Hampstead and masks and sonnets and Italian tales. 🔊

How to use Sonnets in Sentences?

1. To glory and to other things; for not all his sonnets are consecrated to glory. 🔊

2. All through his life he wrote sonnets and poems when his other work did not proceed quickly. 🔊

3. Reading these five sonnets now, it seems as if he had in them written his own epitaph. 🔊

4. Seventeen sonnets of great poetical beauty and felicitous language are devoted to this object. 🔊

5. The mere fact of having published a book of second-rate sonnets makes a man quite irresistible. 🔊

6. He wrote poetry as well as carved stone, his sonnets especially holding a high rank. 🔊

7. His Italian sonnets are pronounced by competent authority to be very remarkable for a foreigner. 🔊

8. I was suspected simply because I did not want to turn out sweet sonnets about the pretty stars. 🔊