Thus In A Sentence

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Thus | Thus Sentence

  • It is thus the unreflecting cause of much injustice.
  • And thus it was that Transylvania dug her own grave.
  • He was thus enabled to succeed Duncan as king.
  • It does not appear to be an ellipsis and has thus been removed.
  • It does not appear to be an ellipsis and has thus been removed.
  • Men do not act thus irrationally in physical investigations.
  • The person thus addressed justified the question by not answering it.
  • I was in the first column, and thus missed certain hardships.
  • I thus became a little creature of passion, before reason was developed.
  • The book thus covers only a small portion of the field of English style.
  • When Teleki saw his secret design thus exposed, he grew wroth.
  • Oh, shame upon me, thus to ramble, when I should be restoring merely!
  • He can thus learn Bright-Wits' chance of success.

How To Use Thus In A Sentence?

  • He was standing thus when the door of the National opened and three persons came out.
  • The work thus done by the mounted infantry between Lhassa and Gyantse was considerable.
  • He scooped out a hollow in the sand below the bramble and lay down there in the tiny oasis of shadow he had thus obtained.
  • Yet we are told that we are accountable for all the acts thus produced in us, because they are the acts of our own wills!
  • Wading thus in the bed of the stream, they reached a point where the bright arcade began to grow dark.
  • From this the banter turned as to what quarters each would find, on being thus suddenly billeted in so antiquated a mansion.
  • Among this crew of questionable gentlemen thus seated below the salt, my eye singled out one in particular.
  • Whatsoever is thus produced in us, we say, cannot be our virtue, nor can we deserve any praise for its existence.
  • In other words, it is not, and it cannot be, an object of praise or of moral approbation in him in whom it is thus caused to exist.
  • It seemed as if the uncertainty of being loved would be less intolerable than thus to be assured of it, and yet not dare to enjoy the conviction.
  • Our utmost exertions may thus end, not in exalted, but in distorted views of the divine sovereignty.
  • A new symbol, such as that of a man's head, was thus naturally viewed at first with suspicion.
  • Such is the magnificent dream of the sceptic; and, as we have seen, it is not without truth and justice that he thus dreams.
  • It would thus appear that, what with its salts and functions as a cemetery, the lake supplied but indifferent drinking water.
  • As he sat thus on the broken rafter, thinking miserably of the task before him, his eyes fixed themselves on the little window of the hut.
  • For a few moments Ablano whispered thus to the prince, and finished his instructions by telling him not to fear.
  • It would exhaust thought no less than words to describe the aspect of music, thus revealed, thus presented.
  • And thus we talked and laughed until Santonio had finished his coffee, quite as if no one was either in that room or in the next.
  • They must have climbed two to three thousand feet before they reached the ridge, and thus gone into action at a height bordering on 20,000 feet.
  • The lady, thus scared out of her first sleep, was scarcely able to distinguish the objects around her: terror made her dumb.
  • Before I have time to do so, the power and the light which is thus shut out from the world by so pitiful a cause, is revealed in all its glory.
  • On returning, he found Banfi already under arrest, and was thus deprived of the glory of having captured his foe with his own hand.
  • It will take mind and memory months, and possibly years, to gather together the details, and thus learn and know the whole extent of the loss.
  • No if I must suffer this strange and dismal influence, it were better face a single foe, than thus be haunted by a thousand images of it.
  • While the prince was thus engaged, Ablano and Azalia held many consultations in the little pavilion under the trees.
  • Edwards is far from being the only necessitarian who has fallen into the error of identifying the sensibility with the will; thus reducing his doctrine to an unassailable truism.
  • For, as he truly alleges, if one world could thus make itself, so also might another and another, even unto millions of millions.

Definition of Thus

Alternative spelling of thuris | (manner) In this way or manner. | (conjunctive) As a result.
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