Man in a sentence

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How to use man in a sentence. Man pronunciation.

The mercy of God_ tends as greatly towards the principle of GOOD as “_the inhumanity of man_” towards cruelty, so that he would consign his brother men to flames of hell during eternity for the puerile mistakes committed during a few years, or perhaps for a slight difference in belief.
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Our chapter head, “the constitution of man,” may surprise a reader who has not previously studied the Mystery teachings, or he may imagine that we intend to give an anatomical dissertation, but such is not our intention.
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The coming storm is not the work of any “bad man,” but it is the inevitable consequence of a “bad system.
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There is no passive form of the verb, all sentences being in the active voice, thus, instead of saying, “A boomerang was thrown by the man,” the phrase would be, “The man threw a boomerang.
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So great was the increasing wickedness, with the growth of the race, that “it repented the Lord that he had made man,” and he resolved to destroy the whole race, with the exception of one religious family, and change the whole surface of the earth by a mighty flood, which should involve in destruction all animals and fowls of the air—all the antediluvian works of man.
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I should hardly call you a marrying man,” he observed.
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The feminine knot is designed for the confusion of man,” I observed, twitching vainly at the rope, which was tied securely in unfamiliar loops.
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That’s a large amount of money to lend one man,” said Stoddard.
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We all know that when a piece of our silver money has long fulfilled its part, as “pale and common drudge ’tween man and man”, whatever it had at first of sharper outline and livelier impress is in the end wholly obliterated from it.
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Pity the extraordinary man,” says Goethe, “who had to live in such miserable times, which offered him no better subjects than those which he takes for his works.
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God,” says St. Paul, “gave some Apostles, and some Prophets, and others Evangelists, and others Pastors and Doctors, for the perfecting of the Saints, for the work of the ministry, for the building up of the body of Christ, until we all meet unto the unity of faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God unto a perfect man.”(36) The moral law which the Catholic Church inculcates on her children is the highest and holiest standard of perfection ever presented to any people, and furnishes the strongest incentives to virtue.
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A miserable man,” I replied.
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Very soon afterward, at the age of eighteen, I believe, she became, as she had dreamed in childhood, a “newspaper man,” editing the St. Peter Journal, and to the hour of my pardon she was one of the most indefatigable workers for us.
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The Goose Man” (“Das Gänsemännchen”), refers to the famous statue of that name in Nuremberg.
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He told “the old man,” as Professor Herold was called, of his antipathy to these students.
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Yes, you die at each fall, and at each come-back you appear a new-made man,” he said.
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A hard-hearted man, an exceedingly hard-hearted man,” said Herr Seelenfromm in his grief.
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A very remarkable old man,” said Andreas Döderlein one Sunday, as he sat tipped back on his chair, picking his teeth.
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In music every creation is more closely related to an unconditional exterior than is true of anything else that man gives to man,” answered Daniel.
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I am the Goose Man,” came the reply, spoken with a loyal and devoted bow.
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Examples of Man

Example #1
The writer has heard of a minister who wished to impress his “flock” with the reality of an eternity of hell flames, and to demonstrate the fallacy of a heretical notion entertained by some of his parishioners that when sinners come to hell they burn to ashes and that is the end.
Example #2
He took with him an alcohol lamp and some asbestos into the pulpit and told his audience that God would turn their souls into a substance resembling asbestos.
Example #3
We have spoken of the earth upon which we live as being composed of several invisible realms in addition to the world we perceive by means of our senses.
Example #4
We have also spoken of man as being correlated to these various divisions in nature, and a little thought upon the subject will quickly convince us that in order to function upon the various planes of existence described, it is necessary that a man should have a body composed of their substance, or at least have specialized for his own use, some of the material of each of these worlds.
Example #5
Calm often betokens a coming storm.
Example #6
We witness an unrest which will not be eliminated until something essential is done to adjust it.