Wittingly In A Sentence

Definition of Wittingly

in a witting manner, intentionally, on purpose

How To Use Wittingly In A Sentence?

  • Mr. Pierce would not, I think, have wittingly suppressed anything that told against him.
  • On the other hand, the fence-cutting girl would believe that he had wittingly joined in an unequal and unmanly pursuit.
  • It was a Socratic doctrine which we find again alluded to in this chapter, that no evil is ever willingly or wittingly done.
  • Their counsel which they may confide to me, whether by their envoys or their letter, I will, to their injury, wittingly disclose to no man.
  • The sound he at last most wittingly distinguished in his nook was the single deep note of half-past five borne to him from some high-perched public clock.
  • His thoughts, at all events, sank down deep into those sunless channels where even he himself declined wittingly to follow them though keeping watch.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Wittingly | Wittingly Sentence

  • Upon none would he wittingly inflict any injustice.
  • Or do they wittingly and willingly forsake goodness, and decline to vices?
  • Now no man, though he prunes, wittingly casts away what is good.

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