Conducting in a sentence

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Definition of Conducting

  • the direction of an orchestra or choir
  • the way of administering a business

How to use conducting in a sentence. Conducting pronunciation.

Mr. Moody, on his return from England, while conducting a prayer-meeting in Northfield, Mass., gave this illustration of the power of prayer to subdue the most unlikely cases of sin and unbelief: "There is not a heart so hard that God cannot touch it.
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On the 11th of December, while Mr. D.L. Moody was conducting a noonday prayer-meeting in the city of Edinburgh, Rev. Dr. Andrew Thompson read a letter from a Christian lady, the mother of one of these imperiled passengers, which contained the following account: "After the Trimountain left them, and they had examined their ship, many a heart failed, and they feared they would never see land again.
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Time is the wheel-track in which we roll on towards eternity, conducting us to the Incomprehensible.
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The answer is, as I believe, that the Apostles and Evangelists were sane men: men in their right minds, wise, calm; conducting themselves (save in the matter of committing sins) like other human beings, as befitted the disciples of that Son of Man who came eating and drinking, and was therefore called by the ascetics of his time a gluttonous man, and a wine-bibber: whereas these monks were not (as I have said elsewhere) in their right minds at all.
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But the natural genius she had for conducting affairs there was of no real use to her here.
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The Doge had scarcely ceased to speak, when Lomellino entered the room, conducting a tall young man, richly habited in the Grecian fashion.
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Flodoardo started from his place, apparently in no less confusion than herself, and relieved her from her indecision by taking her hand with respect, and conducting her to the seat which he had just quitted.
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Yes-she is conducting her class in Modern Adolescence.
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How was I to know that a rather plain-featured woman I sat next to at a Poetry Dinner in Chicago was conducting a dozen love-affairs?
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It got about the hotel that Jennie was, to use the mildest expression, conducting herself strangely.
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Now, I want to know what you mean by conducting yourself in this manner.
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But Miss Boyd was at the telephone, conducting a personal conversation.
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The forms and ceremonies used in conferring the degrees, or in conducting the labors, of a lodge are called the ritual.
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The times were altered, and I was by no means certain that Mrs. Petulengro, when she should discover that I was in need both of shelter and subsistence, might not alter her opinion both with respect to the individual and what he said-stigmatising my conversation as saucy discourse, and myself as a scurvy companion; and that she might bring over her husband to her own way of thinking, provided, indeed, he should need any conducting.
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Our new acquaintance made himself as agreeable as he could, conducting the ladies to churches and convents, and frequently passing the afternoon drinking with the governor, who was fond of a glass of brandy and water and a cigar, as the new acquaintance also was-no, I remember, he was fond of gin and water, and did not smoke.
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After naming nine items in the way of constructing bridges, tunnels, canals, fortifications, the making of cannon, use of combustibles and explosives-known to him alone-he gets down to things of peace and says: "I believe I am equaled by no one in architecture in constructing public and private buildings, and in conducting water from one place to another.
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Which news when they heard all the inhabitants of the city came forth to meet him in good order, and with a great triumphant pomp, conducting him with a heavenly joy into the city, where innumerable bonfires were set on through all the parts thereof, and fair round tables, which were furnished with store of good victuals, set out in the middle of the streets.
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Carpalin, in the interim, as he was upon the conducting away of Triboulet, in his passing by hearkened a little to the discourse they were upon; then spoke out, saying, Ho, Panurge, master freeman, take my Lord Debitis at Calais alongst with you, for he is goud-fallot, a good fellow.
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At length the performance came to a close, and M. Delaroche, having taken upon himself to arrange Madame de Marignan's cloak, carry Madame de Marignan's fan, and put Madame de Marignan's opera-glass into its morocco case, completed his officiousness by offering his arm and conducting her into the lobby, whilst I, outwardly indifferent but inwardly boiling, dropped behind, and consigned him silently to all the torments of the seven circles.
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One" ... Monsieur Philomene interrupted with a wave of the hand, as if conducting an orchestra.
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Examples of Conducting

Example #1
So I went and sat down beside him, and said, 'Well, my friend, I am glad to see you at this meeting.
Example #2
He said that he did not believe in a hereafter.
Example #3
They could not navigate the vessel, and were left to the mercy of the winds and waves, or rather to the care of Him who ruleth wind and waves.
Example #4
Vain was the help of man.
Example #5
In its progress there is a ripening power, and it ripens us the more, and the more powerfully, when we duly estimate it.
Example #6
Time is the most important thing in human life, for what is pleasure after the departure of time?