How in a sentence

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How to use how in a sentence. How pronunciation.

You remember saying that you couldn't be certain how-' 'How it will be taken at Champion Hill?
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But how-" "Wait," said Brown; and, addressing Clarence in a softly alluring voice, he began cautiously to crawl along the fences toward that unresponsive animal.
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I made an effort to blush that strained every muscle in me, and answered as sweetly and winningly as ever I knew how- 'Been a little slow, but am just this minute closing in on the place where they keep it.
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How?- Hast thou not sworn?
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But how-" "That we shall be glad to show you when the United States government has contracted for a number of the Prescott aeroplanes," retorted Peggy.
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How-" "Mercy, Mr. Philander," interrupted the girl, "I can never remember so many questions.
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Harmless "fire," but too "fatuous;" mere flame-circles cut in the air, for infants, we know how!- With Lippe-Buckeburg there ensued some Correspondence, high enough on his Serenity's side; but it soon languished on the Prince's side; and in private Poetry, within a two years of this Brunswick scene, we find Lippe used proverbially for a type-specimen of Fools.
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How-" "Try to imagine you were a girl, Comrade Higgins.
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Even this crepuscular vault, how- ever, fails, I think, to attain solemnity; for the whole place is strangely vulgar and garish.
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In 1748 it found an illustrious tenant in the person of Maurice de Saxe, the victor of Fontenoy, who, how- ever, two years after he had taken possession of it, terminated a life which would have been longer had he been less determined to make it agreeable.
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It was difficult to believe in these dark deeds, how- ever, as we looked through the golden morning at the placidity of the far-shining Loire.
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I have, how- ever, a very kindly memory of that moist and melan- choly afternoon, which was much more autumnal than many of the days that followed it.
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The common report of the character of a people is, how- ever, an indefinable product; and it is, apt to strike the traveller who observes for himself as very wide of the mark.
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In this fate, how- ever, a dreadful, big devil also takes a keen interest; he seems on the point of appropriating the tender creature; he has a face like a goat and an enormous hooked nose.
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The reader, how- ever, will already have remarked that disparity in these ineffectual pages, which are pervaded by the attempt to sketch without a palette or brushes.
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Admiration remains, how- ever, - admiration of a familiar and even slightly patronizing kind.
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For if he loves me, how-!
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Examples of How

Example #1
I was going to tell you the latest report from there.
Example #2
But are you quite sure about the result to yourself?
Example #3
Presently he desisted, partly on account of a conspiracy engaged in between his trousers and a rusty nail.
Example #4
The girl was now beyond range of his vision around the corner.
Example #5
But all in a flash I recognized him.
Example #6
A maniac, I judged, at first.