Ther in a sentence

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How to use ther in a sentence. Ther pronunciation.

Ther ain't much more to do.
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Ther's the doors to hang and trim, 'n' the closet shelves 'n' things to fix up; the stairs ain't quite done, n'r the front steps.
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I d'nno; ther's a number o'little jobs 'round,-don't amount to much,-coal-bin, thresholds, and one or two things you want to change; take three or four days, I guess, if the plumbers and furnace folks get out of the way; week, mebbe.
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Which makes him have so hot a mind t'her.
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Ther's some great matter she'ld employ me in.
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I see ther's change of weather in your lookes.
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Would ther' be any sense in that?
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And ther' ain't no sense in THIS, nuther.
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She said ther must be a 'high ole fracas', them was her words, agoin' on in Marster's room, for he was cussin' and swearin', and his granddaughter was jawing back very vicious.
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The watch was ther' but no pistol; and just sorter stuffed under the pillow case-was, a hank'cher.
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There isn't another thief in Clinton Magna, nobbut Bessie Costrell, is ther?
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He's al'ays at that ther' Folly now.
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I say there never were a better name for a book than that ther' Folly!
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Ther's that New York chap ez bought up them damaged boxes of plug terbaker for fifty dollars a thousand, and sold 'em for foundations for that new building in Sansome Street at a thousand clear profit.
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He tell you Sir, and tell you truth; this rascall Feares neither God nor man, has beene so beaten: Sufferance has made him wanscote; he has had Since hee was first a slave, at least three hundred daggers Set in his head, as little boyes doe new knives in hot meat; Ther's not a rib in's bodie a my conscience, That has not beene thrice broken with drie beating; And now his sides looke like to wicker targets, Everie way bended: Children will shortly take him for a wall, And set their stone-bowes in his forhead: is of so low a sence, I cannot in a weeke imagine what should be done to him.
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Yes, ther's my hand, goe where you will, I shall thinke You a valiant fellow for all this.
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We suspect studied insult, in the appointment of the person who is commander-in-chief of the troops in America to be our governor; and I think ther appears to be in it more than a design to insult upon any specious pretence.
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I re'klect thet it hed a big round O in red ink marked on ther back uv it.
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We'll see that ther rightful owners git 'em, and that we git er reward beside.
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Till then we'll bid yer 'oliver oil,' as ther French say.
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Examples of Ther

Example #1
We've pretty much finished up.
Example #2
And he scratched his head with the scratch-awl.
Example #3
I d'nno; ther's a number o'little jobs 'round,-don't amount to much,-coal-bin, thresholds, and one or two things you want to change; take three or four days, I guess, if the plumbers and furnace folks get out of the way; week, mebbe.
Example #4
Ther's the doors to hang and trim, 'n' the closet shelves 'n' things to fix up; the stairs ain't quite done, n'r the front steps.