Think Anyone in a sentence

How to use Think Anyone in a Sentence?

  • I don't think anyone would want to stay more than a week at a time in Stornoway.
  • I do not think anyone could expect me to go down to my grave a widow, in order to prove my affection for my dearest Edward.
  • The chase was a hot one, and I don't think anyone, wounded so bad as he couldn't make his way home, would have got away.
  • And yet it seemed all wrong, preposterous, to think anyone who was close to Deane, anyone whom he loved, should not understand this friendship between them.
  • None of those pilots ever turned up in prison camps and I don't think anyone ever knew what really happened to them.
  • What I rather object to in your articles is that I do not think anyone would infer from them that you place sexual selection even as high as No. 4 in your summary.
  • I don't think anyone will know the difference, and moreover it is not dead, it only sleeps and will some day rise phoenix-like from its ashes with tenfold its former beauty.
  • If I had been wanted for a murder I don't think anyone in Holland could have identified me, for their eyes never got above my boots.
  • I don't think anyone in it really hated any of the others; and, in prison, that means that you like each other very much, and will always be glad to meet each other again for the rest of your lives.
  • But I don't think anyone could talk long enough on the subject of child abuse -- and mankind's general ignorance of universal law.
  • It was a sordid sight, but for a non-combatant job, to be a member of a burial party was certainly not a pleasant one, and I do not think anyone could grudge them whatever pennies they made, and most of them would have to go back in the trenches when their burial party disbanded.
  • Don't let him get too much of a lead on you," warned the Springtown students, dismayed to think anyone could make such a gain on their representatives.
  • She is very sweet and very happy, and I do not think anyone need be over-sorry about her."
  • But I think anyone, even "ye meanest capacitie in ye world"--to quote good old Roger North--will be able to appreciate the contrast between the bow heads in Plates III.
  • It is so barren and inhospitable, we didn't think anyone would want to live here."
  • "What makes you think anyone can know God on this earth?" asked Cameron sharply.
  • "She leads the extreme party in the college; but I do not think anyone really likes her.
  • As a general thing, when an officer is chosen for dangerous service, he is an object of envy by all his comrades; but, for once, I do not think anyone on board would care to undertake your mission."
  • Ben, I'm only trying to say I don't think anyone should try to possess you, as I suppose Uncle John does, as maybe I've done--but if you wish to sail, if it's your decision and your heart in it, d'you think I'd impede you?
  • "I am always a damned silent person myself," she went on, "and I do not think anyone can accuse me of being curious about their pasts.
  • I do not think anyone interested in local history and antiquities could find a greater treat than that furnished by Mr. Dixon's _Account of the Parish of Gairloch_.
  • "Yes, I don't think anyone would try to climb it till the sun has cleared the track; it was a pretty bad place when we came up," Harry said.
  • "Nolla, do you think anyone we know would send him a soft valentine and pretend it came from you?"
  • "You will be able to defend yourself, Ruth, and I do not think anyone will molest you."
  • "I do not think anyone would refuse to aid your family, my dear friend," Harry observed, "although I agree with Miss Emma, that our people do not pay as much attention to refugees as they should; but the unfortunate exile will always find a sympathizing heart among our people.

Short Example Sentence for Think Anyone

  • He did not think anyone would notice that a jimmy had been used.
  • I don't think anyone will attempt to deny.
  • I think anyone who reads the Linnean Society papers and his book will see it.
  • I don't think anyone could write a better leader than she, and as to her pars.
  • But as to their loyalty, I don't think anyone can challenge that.
  • I think anyone who knew the key would have recognized it all right."
  • You don't think anyone could possibly blame me, do you?"
  • I don't think anyone can give Sheridan too high praise."
  • Dear me, what stockings; you'd think anyone would be ashamed."
  • "I don't think anyone could have got in.
  • "Do you think anyone is playing an awful practical joke?"
  • "And I don't think anyone feels like singing."
  • "And you really think--anyone could learn to do it?"
  • "I think anyone who does isn't worthy to be called an American!"
  • "Surely you don't think anyone who knew her took Jenny Lind?"