Thi in a sentence

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How to use thi in a sentence. Thi pronunciation.

He laughed in a snarling way that made me shrink, and answered: "He wanted this and he wanted that-his high-handed, second-best lordship.
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Possession's nine points were with me; and here I sat and faced him; and here he stormed, and would do this and should do that; and I went on with my work.
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I feel Soolsby here at times so sharply that it would seem he came again and was in this room, though he is dead and gone.
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David received this letter as he was mounting a huge white Syrian donkey to ride to the Mokattam Hills, which rise sharply behind Cairo, burning and lonely and large.
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This esteem gave greater certainty that any backsheesh coming from the estate of Benn Claridge would not be sifted through many hands on its way to himself.
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A foreigner of this character they had never before seen, with coat buttoned up like an Egyptian official in the presence of his superior, and this wide, droll hat on his head.
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Barnum's the man for this place-P. T. Barnum.
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This is a rotten cotton show.
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If you stay long in Egypt, you'll find that Achmet is the worst, and Nahoum the Armenian the deepest, pasha in all this sickening land.
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As he walked up the room he suddenly realised this fact, and, for a moment, he thought he had made a mistake; but again he remembered distinctly that the letter said half-past eight, and he wondered now if this had been arranged by the Prince-for what purpose?
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He was now set to see what sort of match this intellect could play, when faced by the inherent contradictions present in all truths or the solutions of all problems.
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He could little imagine Foorgat doing this from mere courtesy; he could not imagine any woman, save one wholly sophisticated, or one entirely innocent, trusting herself with him-and in such a place.
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How often in Egypt this gesture and such words were the prelude to assassination, from which there was no escape save by death itself.
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In looking at this prospect for good work in the cause of civilisation, he was not deceived, he was not allured.
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The voice seemed to come from a room at his right; not that from which he had entered, but one still beyond this where he was.
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This he had almost sharply declined; it would be no escape, he had said.
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Was this, then, the way that murderers felt, that men felt who took human life-so frozen, so little a part of their surroundings?
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This still Quaker, with the white shining face and pontifical hat, with his address of "thee" and "thou," and his forms of speech almost Oriental in their imagery and simplicity, himself an archaism, had impressed them with a sense of power.
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To an European it would have seemed a shameless mockery to have wished joy to this lean, hateful dweller in the between-worlds; to Nahoum it was part of a life which was all ritual and intrigue, gabbling superstition and innate fatalism, decorated falsehood and a brave philosophy.
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It did not astonish Mizraim that Nahoum had kept all this secret.
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Examples of Thi

Example #1
Ay, and he would have it, because it pleased him to have it-like his father before him.
Example #2
I thought him a little mad, but yet his speech had seemed not without dark meaning.
Example #3
Then he would buy my Colisyum, and I wouldn't sell it for all his puffball lordship might offer.
Example #4
I had but come back in time-a day later, and he would have sat here and seen me in the Pit below before giving way.
Example #5
I ask him how it came he lived here alone; how it came that he made chairs, he, with brains enough to build great houses or great bridges; how it was that drink and he were such friends; and how he, a Catholic, lived here among us Quakers, so singular, uncompanionable, and severe.
Example #6
The walls which have felt their look and their breath, the floor which has taken their footsteps, the chairs in which they have sat, have something of their presence.