Our in a sentence

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

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Definition of Our

  • Of or pertaining to us; belonging to us; as, our country; our rights; our troops; our endeavors. See I.

How to use our in a sentence. Our pronunciation.

Remains to say that thy one letter did our hearts good.
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I see him at his window looking out towards the Cloistered House; and if our neighbour comes forth, perhaps upon his hunter, or now in his cart, or again with his dogs, he draws his hat down upon his eyes and whispers to himself.
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I have begun now, and only now, to feel the storms that shake us to our farthest cells of life.
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Our lines of life will not cross.
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We must each go our own way.
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Thou wouldst remake our Egypt-and my heart is with you.
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He had no pleasure in us, and in our deeds he found only stones of stumbling.
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The heart of the pomegranate is not redder than our hearts are red for thee.
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They defiled our mosques; they corrupted our life; they ravaged our trade, they stole our customers, they crowded us from the streets where once the faithful lived alone.
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We seek not to take up our abode in other nations and in the cities of the infidel.
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Shall we give place to them on our own mastaba, in our own court-yard-hand to them the keys of our harems?
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We are now trying to release all our eBooks one year in advance of the official release dates, leaving time for better editing.
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Just search by the first five letters of the filename you want, as it appears in our Newsletters.
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Our projected audience is one hundred million readers.
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They tell us you might sue us if there is something wrong with your copy of this eBook, even if you got it for free from someone other than us, and even if what's wrong is not our fault.
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The anonymous 'Account of the Progress of the Reformation of Manners' (13th ed., 1705) boasted that the Societies had enlarged their design by causing books to be written which aimed at "laying open to the World the outragious Disorders and execrable Impieties of our most Scandalous Play-Houses, with the fatal Effects of them to the Nation in general, and the manifest Sin and Danger of particular Persons frequenting of them" (p. 2).
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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.
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If our Femality had no Business in this World, why was it sent hither?
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And for our handsom Persons, they become a Box at the Play, as well as a Pew in the Church.
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It must be again remembred, that the detestable lewd Expressions contained in the abovementioned Plays, which seem to be the most pernicious part of our Comedies, are not here recited, least they should debauch the Minds and corrupt the Manners of the Reader, and do the same Mischief, in some degree, as they do in the greatest when used upon the Stage, tho' mentioned with never so great Indignation.
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Examples of Our

Example #1
My father reads it over and over, and shakes his head sadly, for, truth is, he has a fear that the world may lay its hand upon thee.
Example #2
And now, David, I have told thee all, nearly.
Example #3
I think he is ever setting thee off against Lord Eglington; and that is foolish, for Eglington is but a man of the earth earthy.
Example #4
In degree it has ever been so; but now it is like a constant frown upon his forehead.
Example #5
I begin to see how near good is to evil; how near faith is to unfaith; and how difficult it is to judge from actions only; how little we can know to-day what we shall feel tomorrow.
Example #6
But offences must come, and woe to him from whom the offence cometh!