Me-are in a sentence

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How to use me-are in a sentence. Me-are pronunciation.

And you," said the friar to me,-"are you equally careless?
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Peg persisted: "Tell me-are ye ralely dependin' on ME?
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Perhaps they were with me-are with me-are speaking to me now.
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That reminds me-are you getting anywhere on that N-problem?
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And you-if you will forgive me-are living in the patched up remains of a life that had already had its complications.
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These groups-eight in number, if my memory does not deceive me-are each composed of two figures; one allegorical, winged, representing the country, or glory; the other, a young man, guided through many trials to victory or immortality.
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I think clergymen especially-if you will pardon me-are apt to forget that this is a reading age.
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I hope my dearest jewel is not going to leave me-are you, Nykin? FOND.
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Examples of Me-are

Example #1
Arthur replied that, as he spent every Sunday in the country, and was occupied the whole of each weekday in business, he had to confess that he had not paid due attention to such matters.
Example #2
The friar then allowed his mule to drop in between us, and at once addressed Arthur in a friendly way-inquiring of him how often he had attended mass since his arrival, and who was his father confessor.
Example #3
Peg paused: Ethel did not speak.
Example #4
Because if ye are, I won't go.
Example #5
For if all our thoughts, from whatever source, whether immediately from God, or through ourselves, seem to enter the chamber of our consciousness by the same door, why may it not be so with some that come to us from other beings?
Example #6
As I came now through the fields, I lost myself for a time in the feeling that I was walking in the midst of lovely people I have known, some in person, some by their books.