Sandal in a sentence

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

This website focus on english words and example sentences, so everyone can learn how to use them. Easily browse through english vocabulary, listen the sentences or copy them.

Definition of Sandal

  • Same as Sendal.
  • Sandalwood.
  • A kind of shoe consisting of a sole strapped to the foot; a protection for the foot, covering its lower surface, but not its upper.
  • A kind of slipper.
  • An overshoe with parallel openings across the instep.
  • a shoe consisting of a sole fastened by straps to the foot

How to use sandal in a sentence. Sandal pronunciation.

Only one foot was firm on the ground; the other-with its thin sandal all torn by the sharp stones-was stretched out over the abyss, ready for the next fatal step.
play
copy
He had apparently forgotten the numbness of his limbs and the peril through which he had passed, and in spite of the roughness of the ice and snow he continued to get over it in his extemporised sandals, which had the advantage of not slipping.
play
copy
Madam Potiphar puts the sandal behind her back_. POTIPHAR.
play
copy
Madam Potiphar takes advantage of the occasion to drop the sandal unnoticed_. MADAM POTIPHAR.
play
copy
But now-none heeds the monument Of woe: effaced the pathway now: There is no wreath upon the bough: Alone beside it, gray and bent, As formerly the shepherd sits And his poor basten sandal knits.
play
copy
But the father said to his servants, Bring out the best robe and put on him; and put a ring on his hand, and sandals on his feet; [15:23]and bring the fatted calf and kill it; let us eat, and rejoice; [15:24]for this my son was dead, and is alive again; he was lost, and is found.
play
copy
I am not [the Christ]; but behold, there comes after me one the sandal of whose feet I am not worthy to untie.
play
copy
Huge rings of false gold dangle from wide slits in the lobes of her ears; her nether garments are rags, and her feet are cased in hempen sandals.
play
copy
He wore a loose, scarlet cloak thrown over his fine limbs, Greek sandals, and a cap like that of the Italian princes of three centuries before, a kind of low circle of green and vermilion striped silk, clasped by a large rose of topaz.
play
copy
A theory might be advanced as follows: The shoes, or sandals, were worn on ordinary occasions as a protection from the defilement of the ground.
play
copy
Cinnamon" or "sandal wood" would have been as appropriate, for any masonic meaning or symbolism.
play
copy
Every now and then one comes across a friar of orders gray, with shaven head, long, coarse robe, rope girdle and beads, and with feet cased in sandals or entirely bare.
play
copy
Some of these had muddy sandals and umbrellas, and stained garments: having trudged in from the country.
play
copy
The smoke of the burnt powder had been carried away by a gentle wind, and in its place was the pervasive perfume of the peach and cherry trees, and the aroma of the gugan wood which was like cut sandal in the sun after a rain.
play
copy
While Dicky spoke, a flush slowly passed over him, and then immediately left him pale; but he stood perfectly still, his hand leaning against a sandal tree, and the coldness of his face warmed up again slowly.
play
copy
Presently Bingong sighted an iguana and caught it, and the three gathered about it in the shade of the sandal.
play
copy
Now his straps and stirrups were of cord; and on the right side his sandals were so entangled and twisted that he could not for the heart's blood of him get out his foot.
play
copy
Then she made a bloody havoc with his puddings; and being got to the convent, brought back only his right foot and twisted sandal, leaving them to guess what was become of the rest.
play
copy
How we came to the island of Sandals; and of the order of Semiquaver Friars.
play
copy
Thence we went to the island of Sandals, whose inhabitants live on nothing but ling-broth.
play
copy

Examples of Sandal

Example #1
She was standing at the very edge of a precipice, that rose high and sheer above the abyss-a strange and fearful sight; her long golden hair had got tangled, and waved over her bosom and shoulders, half plaited, half undone.
Example #2
At last he came up with the fleeing woman.
Example #3
But the day's toil had been excessive before the accident; and though his spirits had kept him up so far, the time was fast approaching when exhaustion would conquer.
Example #4
That seemed as if it would not be long first, as far as the boy was concerned.
Example #5
Oh, here's where you are!
Example #6
She picks one of them up, and kisses it passionately, whispering_)-Joseph!