<e in a sentence

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How to use <e in a sentence. <e pronunciation.

He was in LOGIC a great critic, 65 Profoundly skill'd in analytic; He could distinguish, and divide A hair 'twixt south, and south-west side: On either which he would dispute, Confute, change hands, and still confute, 70 He'd undertake to prove, by force Of argument, a man's no horse; He'd prove a buzzard is no fowl, And that a lord may be an owl, A calf an alderman, a goose a justice, 75 And rooks Committee-men and Trustees.
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Behav'd herself with matchless courage; And laid about in fight more busily Than the Amazonian dame Penthesile.
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To swear her to an execution; To pawn his inward ears to marry her, And bribe the Devil himself to carry her; In which both dealt, as if they meant Their Party-Saints to represent, 140 Who never fail'd upon their sharing In any prosperous arms-bearing To lay themselves out to supplant Each other Cousin-German Saint.
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And when th' have pack'd a Parliament, Will once more try th' expedient: 890 Who can already muster friends, To serve for members, to our ends, That represent no part o' th' nation, But Fisher's-Folly Congregation; Are only tools to our intrigues, 895 And sit like geese to hatch our eggs; Who, by their precedents of wit, T' out-fast, out-loiter, and out-sit, Can order matters underhand, To put all bus'ness to a stand; 900 Lay publick bills aside for private, And make 'em one another drive out; Divert the great and necessary, With trifles to contest and vary; And make the Ration represent, 905 And serve for us, in Parliament Cut out more work than can be done.
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Or who but lovers can converse, Like angels, by the eye-discourse?
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And laid about in fight more busily Than the Amazonian dame Penthesile.
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Examples of <e

Example #1
He'd run in debt by disputation, And pay with ratiocination.
Example #2
And truly so, he was, perhaps, Not as a proselyte, but for claps.
Example #3
And rather took a country lass; They say, 'tis false, without all sense, But of pernicious consequence To government, which they suppose Can never be upheld in prose; 400 Strip nature naked to the skin, You'll find about her no such thing.
Example #4
JOAN of FRANCE, or English MALL.
Example #5
The Squire had got so much the start, H' had to the Lady done his errand, And told her all his tricks afore-hand.
Example #6
He thought it desperate to tarry, 115 And venture to be accessary But rather wisely slip his fetters, And leave them for the Knight, his betters.