Still Out in a sentence

Short Example Sentence for Still Out

  • 1. The jury was still out.
  • 2. The two ships are still out there on the plain.
  • 3. And then slowly she stooped forward, her hands still out.
  • 4. Still out West somewhere.
  • 5. Monty and Fred were still out, so we went to our own room.
  • 6. St. Cyr can still out-shout me any time.
  • 7. Katharine was still out when she arrived at Cheyne Walk.
  • 8. He is still out.
  • 9. Then in a moment everything was still out there, with a fearful suddenness.
  • 10. And in her fear her two tusks stuck farther still out of her mouth.
  • 11. And the full moon sails silent and still out of one year into another.
  • 12. I was at the old bandbox maker's; she was still out.
  • 13. Archie was still out, and she was tired of reading, and disliked needlework.
  • 14. Farther on still, out of sight, stood another row and then another and another.
  • 15. Meanwhile Dorrimore's head was still out of the window.
  • 16. The men of Rockvale were still out on the long hunt for Pauline.
  • 17. Her poor flowers--were they still out there?
  • 18. The merman's promised exit, if it existed, was still out of sight.
  • 19. Sedgwick went at once to Browning's room, but he was still out.

How to use Still Out in a Sentence?

  • 1. Since the vintas were still out of bowshot he took a moment to beeswax his string.
  • 2. Perhaps he is still out in the sheds, and only fancies he has made his way to the refectory?
  • 3. From them come the hunger-driven scabs who so demoralize and discourage the men still out.
  • 4. The rest of the party were still out of sight in rear looking after the dead mias.
  • 5. Papa sent me in because it was too cold, he said, for me to be standing still out there.
  • 6. It was very sweet and still out there, the sun sinking blood-red over the cherry trees.
  • 7. The next day a hurricane was still blowing, and going aboard was still out of the question.
  • 8. The man, his name still out of reach, was sinister, impure and dark at the heart.
  • 9. It had also been necessary for him to destroy the frigate, which was still out of repair and far from seaworthy.
  • 10. He is guarded with more gold lace than all the gentlemen of the country, yet his body makes his clothes still out of fashion.
  • 11. He spoke in as careless a way as he could, looking still out of his window, which commanded a different view.
  • 12. The few men in the great room, for most of the reporters were still out, were bent over portly pads or pecked busily at typewriters.
  • 13. The station was still out of sight, but from behind the bushes that shut it from view, rose the smoke of a moving engine.
  • 14. The shot of course fell short, for the vessel was still out of range; but it hit right in line, and the officer nodded approvingly.
  • 15. They were still out on the lawn, and Henry had made a suggestion that they should all play golf-croquet when Rutley came to clear the table.
  • 16. When I went back to my native village, after that, I was told he was still out of his mind, but at home.
  • 17. Nurse was still out; and I crept back to bed without detection, where I dreamed disturbedly of invisible gravediggers all through the night.
  • 18. She was up with the sun, and still out of her bed long after the others had sought theirs; she did the work of three people, and never allowed herself to flag.
  • 19. Still, out of compliment to the bride, the relatives quaff a cup of sparkling wine, although her health is seldom proposed or speeches of any kind made.
  • 20. Late in January all except about one hundred out of the five hundred had settled with the union, and only about three thousand of the workers were still out of work.
  • 21. The guy who'd been stopped first with the rifle slug and then the other Mekstrom's fist was still out cold and bleeding lightly from the place in his stomach.