June in a sentence

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

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Definition of June

  • The sixth month of the year, containing thirty days.
  • the month following May and preceding July

How to use june in a sentence. June pronunciation.

It was a hot day at the end of June.
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It was my happiness to cross the Atlantic in the company of this dear brother on the steamship Sardinian, from Quebec to Liverpool, in June, 1880.
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On her birthday, June 10, 1884, when she was eighty-five years old, she greatly mourned that she had outlived her usefulness; that she could no longer feed herself, nor read her Bible, nor remember the desirable subjects for her prayers, and she hoped that she should not linger here long in such a helpless and useless condition.
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This was the night of June 16th, 1884.
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Christian reader, stop here and think what a joyful family that was that June morning.
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On the 1st of June it had so far subsided that we took up the line of march.
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It was decided to postpone it till the 22d of June.
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My beloved daughter was taken ill on June 20.
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No encouragement was given of her recovery, and a year later, when her father visited her, in June, 1873, she appeared so badly, that he said it would be a relief to know that she was dead.
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In the month of June their hopes of a harvest were nearly blasted by a drought which withered up their corn and made the grass look like hay.
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They drew from this coincidence bad auguries; some from ill- will, and in order to undermine the enthusiasm inspired by the high fortunes of Napoleon; others from a superstitious credulity, as if there could have been any serious connection between afire which cost the lives of several persons, and the very usual accident of a storm in June, which ruined the toilets, and wet to the skin thousands of spectators.
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My opinion is that the water will be feet deep in Canal street before the first of next June.
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Thus on an evening of June, when the soft air and the mellow sunlight overcame him with a longing for rest, he despatched a telegram to De Crespigny Park, and strolled quietly about the streets until the hour and his appetite pointed him tablewards.
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The winter passed, and June had come before Nancy again saw her brother's handwriting.
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From the 26th of April until the 6th of June, Tampa and Port Tampa were the military centers of greatest interest in the United States.
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This system of instruction was continued until the detachment was ordered on board ship on the 6th of June.
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They began to be proud of being members of the Gatling Gun Detachment, to take greater interest in the work, and when on the first of June they received their monthly pay not a single member of the detachment committed any excesses in consequence of this unusual degree of freedom.
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The detachment commander had been detailed by verbal orders on the first of June in charge of the issues of ordnance property to the Santiago expedition.
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On the 4th of June issues were being made of rifle-ball cartridges.
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In order to fully understand the situation of the Gatling Gun Detachment at this juncture, the following correspondence on the subject is necessary: "Office of Ordnance Officer, "Lafayette Street, West of Bridge, "Tampa, Fla., June 3, 1898.
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Examples of June

Example #1
Wafts of breezy coolness passed now and then over the high open country, but did not suffice to combat the sun's steady glare.
Example #2
Ultimately, instead of booking for Victoria, she procured a ticket for Epsom Downs, and had not long to wait for the train.
Example #3
I met Mr. Muller in the express office the morning of sailing, about half an hour before the tender was to take the passengers to the ship.
Example #4
The writer had many thoughts in this line suggested to him by an incident, with which he was connected, in the life of George Muller.
Example #5
During the latter part of this time the two daughters were sick, Mrs. Furlong with paralysis and Miss Jordan with consumption.
Example #6
Notwithstanding all that medical help could do, the shock brought on a severe sickness, and when, after eight weeks, she left her bed to move around feebly, she had almost lost her sight and hearing, her hand was useless, and her mind greatly impaired.