At-at in a sentence

The word "at-at" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of at-at and how to use it in a sentence.

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How to use at-at in a sentence. At-at pronunciation.

He felt guilty and the feeling made him angrier than ever. "I don't see why," he burst out, indignantly, "you should say I was laughing at-at Mrs. Snow-" "At your grandmother.
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You have a photograph of him standing in front of the drug store and looking dreamily in at-at the strawberry sundaes.
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I now see what you was greeting at-at your ain ignorance, nae doubt-'tis very great!
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But Beltane stirred not, and finding him silent, she spake on, yet faltering a little: "When I waked from my swoon within the chapel at-at Blaen, and found thee gone, I, distraught with woeful fear and a most strange sickness, took thy sword and therewith horse and armour and in that same hour fled from Blaen, none knowing.
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Richard is annoyed at-at your intimacy with Mr. Langenau.
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William," said the statesman, "we have been long estranged; but I do not forget that when we last met, at-at Lord Lansmere's house, and when I took you aside, and said, 'William, if I lose this election, I must resign all chance of public life; my affairs are embarrassed.
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Examples of At-at

Example #1
The blood rushed to the boy's face.
Example #2
Then, besides, Rachel herself is common sense and practical nine-tenths of the time.
Example #3
It was one of a series of snapshots taken with Miss Kelsey's camera one Saturday afternoon when a party of young people had met in front of the sundae dispensary.
Example #4
Jane had insisted on "snapping" everyone. "That reminds me that I have never seen the rest of those photographs," he said.
Example #5
Weel, I will na fash you with reproaches, but even enlighten ye, since you seem a decent man's bairn, and you speir a civil question.
Example #6
Yon river is called the Tweed; and yonder, over the brig, is Scotland.