Their Case in a sentence

How to use Their Case in a Sentence?

  • Many of the assumptions on which they rest their case have proved to be wrong.
  • It was the more unfortunate in their case that they did not get on very well together.
  • Moreover in their case the initial stages in the process are more accessible to observation.
  • Stiff-minded people who are frank only when angry lose their case before they present it.
  • In their case the fire was rather profaned by its fuel than the books honoured by the fire.
  • Langdon thrust his binoculars in their case and started at a run along the sheep trail.
  • One cannot help thinking that their case can hardly very well be worse than it is, in any event.
  • The money-lender rose swiftly to his feet and took a pair of field-glasses from their case.
  • It was much easier to kill the arrestants outright than to find a law which would meet their case.
  • Their case is past all hope; they are crying in extreme misery and perfect despair.
  • Members who do not submit their case to arbitration must accept the jurisdiction of the Assembly.
  • They like to put their case, to put their objection, but they like both to be brief and tentative.
  • To talk of these men as ill-used, or their case as a hard one, is simply nonsense!
  • The prophets who foretell the coming of Socialism base their case on three sets of arguments.
  • But they got up a respectful petition to the King, imploring his consideration of their case.
  • Eustathius of Sebastia was therefore sent to lay their case before the court of Milan.
  • But the most hopeful element in their case is that they are conscious of their degradation and eager to escape from it.

Short Example Sentence for Their Case

  • It did in their case.
  • I will give their case as an illustration.
  • The armaments rattled in their case.
  • They knew their case was hopeless.
  • They stated their case both verbally and in writing.
  • The law relaxed its prohibition in their case.
  • You take their case so much to heart?
  • His presence could only damage their case.
  • Their case is piteous, or eludes my thought.
  • I put them back in their case, in my bureau drawer.
  • Never before has their case been so stated in America.
  • Their case, like his, is that THIS world is damned.
  • The whole strength of their case rests in these propositions.
  • Their case was so serious that it must be dealt with specially.
  • I am quite aware they do not state their case precisely in this way.
  • Before him the three lads laid their case, as before the final tribunal.
  • The latter were therefore the chief combatants, for their case was desperate.
  • I commiserated their case, and resolved to endeavor procuring them some relief.
  • In their case they had nothing now, absolutely, to cement together.
  • If Jacques were lost to them their case was indeed desperate.
  • Though we may not their case decide, The faithful all will be supplied.
  • The officer passed on, and Phillips replaced the racing-glasses in their case.
  • Save in their "case," with High and Low, Small need has he to grapple!