Who Share in a sentence

How to use Who Share in a Sentence?

  • They who share our nature may be, and often are, those who hate us with or without a cause.
  • If you have enemies, dear Madame, remember that there are also persons who share your sorrow.
  • I have met persons who share my belief, their opinion being based on an acquaintance with the educated class.
  • To see the long-term difficulty, imagine a commune entirely owned by its original workers who share pro rata in its increases in value.
  • You are judging a whole class by a few individuals who share your perverted ideas ... individuals who would be immoral in a nunnery....
  • There are four in this besides us five; so if we count Yussuf Dakmar that makes ten who share the reward.
  • The official was not one of the many in Congress and the Administration who share the romantic view of the Confederacy.
  • It is gratifying to feel that anybody has complete confidence in one, and the possession of a common secret of some importance is not infrequently a bond between the two who share it.
  • Instances of the development of kind affections and religious hopes, are often touchingly displayed among the children who share in the privation of hearing and speech.
  • And if the gate that opens there Be dark to other men, It is not dark to those who share The heart of Jesus then.
  • This may be Utopian; but it is always a little thing if one mother or two mothers can be brought to feel more tenderly to those who share their toil and have no part in their reward.
  • We find among 89, 43 mothers who still do all their own buying, 32 who allow the children to do part, 4 who share the task with the father, and only 10 who never do any of the buying.
  • If there be any gratitude in posterity, the memory of this assembly will be always celebrated; if otherwise, at least we, who share in the blessings they derive to us, ought with grateful hearts to acknowledge them.
  • But here are creatures which I named not to thee, Who share man's sovereignty by nature's laws, And oft depose him from it.
  • But there are also those, the unrecognized and unthanked ones, who share others' griefs, but suffer alone.
  • It must suffice to say that some of them embody proposals for a more or less state-like organisation and are therefore not acceptable to those who share my opinion that any state-like organisation of the League is practically impossible.
  • The development of the national mind, and of the minds of those who share in the mental life of the nation, thus combines the methods and advantages of the development of individuals and of species, methods which are essentially different.
  • Those who read the story, and still more those who share the dangers, of a campaign feel that every incident is surrounded with a host of possibilities, any one of which, had it become real, would have changed the whole course of events.
  • A starving woman seeking food mixes white lead with oil and turpentine for a paltry pittance, which provides bare existence for her and those who share it; in a few weeks, she is so diseased she can work no longer, and the hospital and grave in turn receive her.
  • There is more risk to those who share in a bull-fight than in knocking ponies about on the polo-ground at Preston, sawing their mouths and breaking their shins, or in worrying the fox over the pastures of Leicestershire.
  • I, who share with the majority of my countrymen the national contempt for minutiae and mere details, would have at once dogmatically declared the impossibility of securing such beautiful things in such a pre-Adamite, out-of-the-way village as Kilronan.
  • This is certainly true of most of the men who have interested themselves in this particular movement, the "weak-minded men," as the reporters, with witty antithesis, still describe them; and it must be much the same with the "strong-minded women" who share their base career.
  • A similar impulse must be given to the philanthropist, when he considers that the individuals, who share his benevolent attentions, are, like himself, passing through a scene of discipline to a higher state of existence, where they will assume a place corresponding to their rank in the scale of moral beings.
  • Each will desire associates who share their own tastes: the persons agreeable to one, will be indifferent or positively disagreeable to the other; yet there can be none who are not common to both, for married people do not now live in different parts of the house and have totally different visiting lists, as in the reign of Louis XV.
  • And if the gate that opens there Be dark to other men, It is not dark to those who share The heart of Jesus then: That is not losing much of life Which is not losing thee, Who art as present in the strife As in the victory.
  • It is to such men as he that the big game legitimately belongs,--men who regard it from the point of view of the naturalist as well as from that of the sportsman, who are interested in its preservation, and who share with the world the delight they experience in the chase.
  • They are the schoolteachers, through whose hands each successive American generation has to pass; they are those wives of public men who share their husbands' labor, and help mould their work; they are those women who, through their personal eloquence or through the press, are distinctly influencing the American people in its growth.
  • The pardon I meant to have granted to his offences, if he would have sought my mercy, shall turn into favours to those who share his blood."
  • But we the blood of Salmoneus who share With godlike gifts great burdens also bear, Nor is this maid without them, for the day On which her maiden zone she puts away
  • To love ourselves keenly those others within Who share a like strife with us, soar without fear Toward that one future, whose footsteps we hear; To love them, heart, brain, and because we are kin
  • The two girls, on the contrary, although they too--what with the long ride and the strong wine--owned to being very tired, yet enlivened themselves during their unrobing, by much of that seeming confidential talk common to maidens who share the same couch, and yet would fain conceal their heart's secrets from each other.

Short Example Sentence for Who Share

  • Those who share it not are flocks and herds.
  • Those flatter the plunderer who share in the spoil.
  • In so doing they earn the respect of those who share in them.
  • It distances those who share it, from those who share it not.
  • Yet his service is sublime, if only from the character of those who share it.
  • Only those who share its dangers Comprehend its mystery.
  • But hark to what the earthworms say Who share with you your muddy haven:
  • Communed with gods who share with thee their shrine: Elder than thou wast
  • "God has other voices to whisper the truth than those who share thy crimes.