See-and in a sentence

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How to use see-and in a sentence. See-and pronunciation.

It's the truth that's harsh-the truth I'm beginning to see-and feel.
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There's been no wind all night-yet she's gone, as you see-and not a man on board heard the weighing of her anchor.
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He could barely see-and his hair was white, even below the coating of the dust.
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And now I will come to the point of this letter. "'Three days ago I was in my office, waiting to see a man to whom I hoped to sell my stock of guano, when a man came in,-but not the one I expected to see,-and if a ghost had appeared before me, I could not have been more surprised.
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When they came at last to Blackton's bungalow he thought that he had kept this thing from her, and he did not see-and would not have understood if he had seen-the wonderful and mysterious glow in Joanne's eyes when she kissed Peggy Blackton.
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You see,-and this is not the best of my history,-that, in spite of my conservative opinions, my life is a perpetual sacrifice to the republic.
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Thou too art doomed, I see"-and her voice rang like the cry of an inspired prophetess; "ah, I see-" Then came an answering cry of mingled rage and terror.
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You went down expecting a shipment of arms and saw a light overhead I see-and suspecting something you entered with a policeman.
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But I've only spoken to my brother about it this afternoon-he has been so busy, you see-and I intended to have another talk with him, so as to crystallize things-duties, money, and so forth-before making you any proposal.
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However this may be it is quite certain that he was not a pretty sight, and now that his features, or what remained of them, were distorted in rage at the sight of Dian with another male, he was indeed most terrible to see-and much more terrible to meet.
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She is a little excited, as if the truth, in the confusion of these critical times, were beautiful to see-and even pleasant to detain with words.
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So, back to the whitewashed library of the monastery-with that liver still in shrieking requisition, as it had been loudly, while they looked at the silent sight they came to see-and there through the merits of the case as summed up by the Abbot.
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You look back over your shoulder to where sister is doing a good business with her stuff, and you see the old mother back in her kitchen, working her fingers to the bone-we'll have a flash of that, see?-and you try again.
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You are a steady man, the worthy son of your noble mother, the true nephew of my friend the Marshal; you are appreciated here, you see-and elsewhere.
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She turned herself quickly from the searching of his eyes, lest he should see-and understand.
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See!"-and he took a fine pair of field-glasses from the case, moved the screw a little, and held them before Dodo's eyes-"what do you see down there in the grass?
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Then her mind turned to the church, and the worthy old priest's sermon; to the races that she was to see-and the face and figure of the handsome young Christian rose vividly and irresistibly before her fancy.
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I wanted to burn my bridges, you see;-and he laughed at me.
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She read it, in the same stately and impassive way,-untouched by its contents, as far as I could see,-and returned it to him. '"Unless he brings me back a lady,"' said Mr. Peggotty, tracing out that part with his finger.
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Davy see,-and his story's trew, and may GOD confound him!-she took flight in the night.
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Examples of See-and

Example #1
I haven't the courage to face it.
Example #2
He drew in his legs, in preparation for rising-no doubt to go away.
Example #3
She had no steam, but she carried full sail, and she came into the Sound with all her canvas bellying out as though she were driven by a stormy sou'wester.
Example #4
Mr. Harland may say what he likes,-I stick to that.
Example #5
He had ridden his horse to death, in his desperate quest.
Example #6
Moody ran to meet him.