Use Was in a Sentence, How to use “Was” in a sentence


Use Was in a sentence. How to use the word Was in a sentence? Sentence examples with the word Was.

Use Was in a Sentence


Examples of Was in a sentence

  1. *** De Broglie was professor of physics on the faculty of sciences of the University of Paris for 34 years.
  2. *** I was climbing the ladder, getting commando experience.
  3. *** Collier was born at Langford Magna, Wiltshire, on Oct. 12, 1680.
  4. *** He was born at Sneiton near Nottingham, England, on July 14, 1793.
  5. *** The prospect of an indefinite license was anathema.
  6. *** I was so thirsty that I drank a carton of orange juice.
  7. *** Calculation of machines One of the first calculation machines was an abacus.
  8. *** I was so thirsty that my tongue stuck to the palate.
  9. *** In the event that the other exclusive contestant was Enoch Powell, and was a late starter.
  10. *** The actress denied that her marriage was just a publicity stunt.
  11. *** The first recorded ascent of Mont Blanc was made on Aug. 7-8, 1786, by Michel-Gabriel Paccard and Jacques Balmat.
  12. *** In 1965 an automobile tunnel under the Mont Blanc massif was opened between Chamonix, France, and Courmayeur, Italy.
  13. *** Despite her limitations as an actress, was a great artist.
  14. *** The actress was besieged by reporters at the airport.
  15. *** She was a great actress.
  16. *** He was very frank about his relationship with the actress.
  17. *** His mother was an actress and singer.
  18. *** She was eloquent about her talents as an actress.
  19. *** Jamie was good at flattering others.
  20. *** He was a skilled courtier.
  21. *** The cargo was transferred to a train in Rotterdam.
  22. *** I was summoned by my boss.
  23. *** Initially, the government was not willing to accept defeat.
  24. *** She was reluctantly forced to accept the company’s proposals.
  25. *** The owner was willing to accept us as tenants.
  26. *** He was not willing to accept that his departure was a possibility.
  27. *** But Cox and his guard commander decided that the visitor was genuine.
  28. *** The powerful Spanish army in 1791 decided that Haiti was an easy choice.
  29. *** The outcome of the game was decided much earlier, anyway.
  30. *** Warhol was a pioneer in commercial silk-screen reproduction.
  31. *** His main interest outside mathematics was cricket.
  32. *** She was born in Grand Island, Nebr., on Nov. 17, 1878.
  33. *** October; is the tenth month of the modern calendar but retains its name from early Roman times when it was the eighth month of the year (Latin octo, “eight”).
  34. *** Attempts were made to rename the month after Roman emperors, and it was known variously as Germanicus, Antoninus, and Herculeus, the latter after a surname fancied by Commodus.
  35. *** To the Saxons it was Winmonath (month for making wine) and Winterfylleth (in the belief that winter began with the full moon).
  36. *** He was the author or coauthor, as well as the producer-director, of many of the American theater’s biggest hits.
  37. *** The three-dimensional symmetry of a macromolecular chain was characterized by the group of lines. The regularities of the packaging of macromolecular chains in a spatial group were shown.
  38. *** A series of experiments was carried out to explore the regularities of the decomposition and disarticulation of arthropod carcasses in natural states.
  39. *** The chancellery was used as a propaganda machine, perhaps as never before.
  40. *** The chancellery was the oldest and most solemn part of the whole apparatus.
  41. *** The Chancellery was a public relations office, a press office and a private office, all in one.
  42. *** Lanier was former mayor of Dyersburg before, in 1989, he was elected judge of the chancellery.
  43. *** However, even when he was kidnapped and suspended, he still retained his privileges and immunities as an official of the Foreign Ministry.
  44. *** The working group was formed after a series of major scandals in the clothing industry.
  45. *** The statue, given to the United States by France, was dedicated in 1886.
  46. *** Donald was knighted between 1596 and 1597, was Justice of the Peace of Cambridge and pensioned by Queen Elizabeth in 1601.
  47. *** Although North retained Guevara’s affable style, he was also capable of a quite different kind of work.
  48. *** The Prince de Broglie was born in Dieppe on Aug. 15, 1892.

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