Mr in a sentence

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Definition of Mr

  • a form of address for a man

How to use mr in a sentence. Mr pronunciation.

To step aside is human-' Mr. Claridge, of that Egypt I don't know much more'n would entitle me to say, How d'ye do.
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But you, Mr. Claridge, you clinch with the strong man at the top, and, down below, you've got as your partners the poor man, whose name is Legion.
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After the Endeavours used by Sir Richard Blackmore, Mr. Collier, and others, to Correct and Reform the _Scandalous Disorders and Abuses of the Stage_ were found too unsuccessful; in the Year _1699_, several of the _Players_ were prosecuted in the Court of _Common-Pleas_, upon the Statute of _3 Jac.
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I am apt to think, that very few of 'em have read Mr. Collier's 'View of the Stage'; if they had, they would there see the _Corruptions_ of the Plays set in so clear a Light, that one would believe, they should never after be Tempted to appear in a Place where _Lewdness_ and _Obscenity_ (not to mention other Immoralities) are so great a part of the Entertainment; a Place that is now become the _Common Rendezvouz_ of the most Lewd and Dissolute Persons; the _Exchange_, (if I may so call it) where they meet to carry on the _vilest_ and _worst_ of Practices.
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The Editors of the Augustan Reprint Society wish to thank the following people for assistance rendered during the first year of the society's publication: Mr. Warner G. Rice, Director of the Library, University of Michigan.
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Mr. Stanley Pargellis, Director of the Newberry Library, Chicago.
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Mr. William Jackson, Director of the Houghton Library, Harvard University.
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Mr. R. B. Downs, Director of the Library, University of Illinois.
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Mr. Leslie Bliss, Director of the Henry E. Huntington Library, San Marino, California.
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Mr. Colton Storm, Curator of Manuscripts and Maps, William L.
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When the pistols were emptied, the stranger resumed his work (mending a whip-lash), and Mr. Harris rode by with a polite nod, homeward bound, with a bullet through one of his lungs, and several in his hips; and from them issued little rivulets of blood that coursed down the horse's sides and made the animal look quite picturesque.
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His good-natured Excellency was much annoyed at the gossip his henchmen created-especially when there arose a rumor that they were paid assassins of his, brought along to quietly reduce the democratic vote when desirable! Mrs. O'Flannigan was boarding and lodging them at ten dollars a week apiece, and they were cheerfully giving their notes for it.
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The Governor was always comfortable about it; he said Mrs. O'Flannigan would hold him for the Brigade's board anyhow, and he intended to get what entertainment he could out of the boys; he said, with his old-time pleasant twinkle, that he meant to survey them into Utah and then telegraph Brigham to hang them for trespass!
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The lantern came at that moment, in the hands of Mrs. O'Flannigan, whose anxiety to know the amount of damage done by the assaulting roof had not prevented her waiting a judicious interval, after getting out of bed and lighting up, to see if the wind was done, now, up stairs, or had a larger contract.
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Upon being reminded that the "instructions" permitted the payment of a liberal rent for a legislative hall, and that that money was saved to the country by Mr. Curry's generosity, the United States said that did not alter the matter, and the three dollars and forty cents would be subtracted from the Secretary's eighteen hundred dollar salary-and it was!
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Young Clagett (now member of Congress from Montana) unharnessed and fed and watered the horses; Oliphant and I cut sagebrush, built the fire and brought water to cook with; and old Mr. Ballou the blacksmith did the cooking.
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What Mr. Ballou customarily meant, when he used a long word, was a secret between himself and his Maker.
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We four always spread our common stock of blankets together on the frozen ground, and slept side by side; and finding that our foolish, long-legged hound pup had a deal of animal heat in him, Oliphant got to admitting him to the bed, between himself and Mr. Ballou, hugging the dog's warm back to his breast and finding great comfort in it.
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Mr. Ballou, being the architect and builder of the beverage felt constrained to endorse and uphold it, and so drank half a cup, by little sips, making shift to praise it faintly the while, but finally threw out the remainder, and said frankly it was "too technical for him.
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Mr. Ballou said I could go further than that, and lay it up among my treasures of knowledge, that nothing that glitters is gold.
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Examples of Mr

Example #1
But it's enough for me.
Example #2
It is not civilised life here.
Example #3
If you get a fall out of the man at the top, you're solid with the Legion.
Example #4
One does the work and another gets paid-that's the way here.
Example #5
The abominable obscene Expressions which so frequently occur in our Plays, as if the principal Design of them was to gratifie the lewd and vicious part of the Audience, and to corrupt the virtuously dispos'd, are in this black Collection wholly omitted; lest thereby fresh Poison should be administred instead of an Antidote.
Example #6
Her Royal Presence, since Her happy Accession to the Throne.