Which Makes in a sentence

How to use Which Makes in a Sentence?

  • But that which makes the blood wonderful above all other fluids is its vitality.
  • They have a momentum which makes me their instrument rather than their perpetrator.
  • And this it is which makes this parable so very solemn in the days in which we are living.

Short Example Sentence for Which Makes

  • It is that which makes it so splendid!
  • Beauty is the quality which makes to endure.
  • It is that which makes my happiness complete.
  • Which makes my soul for to lament.
  • Only that is spiritual which makes its own form.
  • It is this dream which makes him interesting.
  • And here is something which makes it very curious indeed.
  • It is the law which makes sin strong.
  • It is not that which makes thee keep friends.
  • You have all the cleverness which makes a successful man.
  • Tis my interest in you which makes me seem impertinent.
  • You have told me that which makes my soul sad.
  • Clearly it is the faculty which makes use of appearances.
  • It is just that added element which makes work immortal.
  • And it was spring still, which makes a difference.
  • Look, when we pass this wall which makes an elbow.
  • A cunning plait which makes a four-square bar.
  • The same reason which makes them resist, viz.
  • I pinned 6 more arches together which makes the whole 9.
  • Between two evils, one chooses that which makes less fuss.
  • Of an illness which makes it Swell up like a football.
  • It is only opinion, custom, law, which makes it so.
  • Which makes it shine dimly Under the electric lamps.
  • It is that, I suppose, which makes me look dull.
  • It is their flow which makes Five Lakes Creek.
  • Possibly it is this combination which makes him the favourite author he is.
  • It is this which makes it so appealing to the young and brave.
  • It's that which makes her so thin.
  • Here is a general recognition of that which makes sacrifice rational.
  • His imagination was not of the kind which makes for literature or music.
  • It is this which makes clear her history from 1871 to this day.
  • What is it in your thoughts and actions which makes them bear fruit?
  • Is it only the power not to be afraid which makes one a hero?
  • It is not the abundance of worldly possessions which makes happiness.
  • For this is pre-eminently the work which makes its appeal to the few.
  • It is that reality in him which makes the journey while the body sleeps.
  • And this it is which makes the present state of things so deplorable.