To in a sentence

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Definition of To

  • An obsolete intensive prefix used in the formation of compound verbs; as in to-beat, to-break, to-hew, to-rend, to-tear. See these words in the Vocabulary. See the Note on All to, or All-to, under All adv.

How to use to in a sentence. To pronunciation.

He was regarding every one around him as if searching for some one to scold, when, finding that the courier was preparing to alight from his horse, on which he was more stuck than seated, he said to him: "You can rest to- morrow; hasten to Saint-Cloud and announce my arrival," and the poor courier recommenced his furious gallop.
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Surely it oughtn't to- to turn you away from me.
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He's only a fool-not man enough to-' 'That saves me trouble,' said Tarrant; 'I have only to treat him like a fool.
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But,' said the perpetual Popanilla, 'suppose every man who held a shell on the same day were to-' 'My good friend!
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Now for you to-" "Nonsense!
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In this case less than two minutes intervened between the waiting of Mrs. Lathrop and the answering of her younger friend. "Was you to-" the older woman asked, as her eyes were brightened by the approach of her medium of communication with the world at large.
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It's full of crooks, and to- day they've all been as drunk as lords, a sure sign some one has made a haul and been generous with the rest, And one or two of the professional 'fences' have been acting suspiciously, too.
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You can see your friends in the hospital to- night, but for a few hours I think you had better rest.
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He goes to-" Kennedy laid his hand ever so lightly on the arm of the clairvoyant, then quickly withdrew it.
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Apparently, however, Kennedy and I were bad subjects, for after some minutes of this he gave it up, saying that the spirits had no revelation to make to- night in the matter in which we had called.
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How long do you think it will take us to get over to-" "Police headquarters?" interrupted Craig.
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She won't dock until to- morrow.
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I had hoped to- to show her that God had willed her to be happy.
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I have brought with me a curious piece of jewel-work which I always carry about wherever I go-and something moved me to- night to ask your opinion of its value, as well as to place its period.
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So I paid the man the money, who, turning round, shouted to the guard-'All right, Jem; got fare to-'; and forthwith whipped on his horses, especially the off hand leader, for whom he seemed to entertain a particular spite, to greater speed than before-the horses flew.
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Sir Henry Parkes: I have the honor to move, That in order to establish and secure an enduring foundation for the structure of a federal government, the principles embodied in the following resolutions be agreed to:- 1.
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In disgust Mr. Reardon had replied: "Aw, go to-" and then tried to close the speaking-tube before the captain would have the opportunity to retort.
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Mr. Skinner turned to "osculo" and discovered that it meant "I am ordered to-" The next word in the cablegram was "Montevideo.
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I go to- night by the mail to Cambridge, and from thence, after settling my affairs, proceed to Shrewsbury (most likely on Friday 23rd, or perhaps before); there I shall stay a few days, and be in London by the 1st of October, and start for Plymouth on the 9th.
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The water-cure has done me some good, but I [am] nothing to boast of to- day, so good-bye.
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Examples of To

Example #1
This accident, which vexed his Majesty so greatly, could not be considered the fault of any one; for by the orders of the grand marshal, received from the Emperor, M. de Lucay had commanded their Majesties' service to be ready on the morning of the next day.
Example #2
This mischance, which was very natural, since it had been impossible to foresee an advance of more than a day in the time appointed, nevertheless incensed the Emperor greatly.
Example #3
But you seem colder to me all at once, Lionel.
Example #4
This referred to the alarming possibility, and Tarrant caught at hope.
Example #5
My poor darling, what vile torments you have endured!
Example #6
You have lost all your love for me.