`to in a sentence

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How to use `to in a sentence. `to pronunciation.

But you can't say `to go' to a fellow, when you want him to be off.
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So, after a pause, she said, again- "I suppose `to thirst' means to earnestly desire.
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Besides this sonnet Mr. Lanier wrote a longer `To Our Mocking-bird', consisting of three sonnets, and `Bob', a charming account, in prose, of the life and death of the bird apostrophized.
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The mocking-bird speaks for himself in Thompson's `To an English Nightingale': "What do you think of me?
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Shelley's `To a Skylark', and Wordsworth's `To the Skylark'. Aside from Audubon's `Birds of America' and Ridgway's `Manual of North American Birds', the student may consult with profit Burroughs's `Birds and Poets', Thompson's `In the Haunts of the Mocking-bird' (`The Atlantic', 54. 620, November, 1884), various articles by Olive Thorne Miller in `The Atlantic' (vol.
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Wilde compares the mocking-bird to Yorick and to Jacques; Meek, to Petrarch; Lanier, to Keats, in `To Our Mocking-bird', as does Wm.
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Henry R. Jackson, of Savannah, Ga., late Minister to Mexico, has an interesting poem `To the Chattahoochee River', in his `Tallulah and Other Poems' (Savannah, Ga., 1850); and Mr. M. V. Moore, in his poem, `Southern Rivers' (`Harper', 66. 464, February, 1883), has a paragraph on the rivers of Georgia, in which he speaks of "the sandy Chattahoochee".
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Contained `To Charlotte Cushman' (dedication), `Corn', `The Symphony', `The Psalm of the West', `In Absence', `Acknowledgment', `Betrayal', `Special Pleading', `To Charlotte Cushman', `Rose-morals', `To - with a Rose'. Poems of Sidney Lanier, Edited by his Wife, with a Memorial by William Hayes Ward.
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She had gone into a cottage on the outskirts of the town `to rest herself,' she said.
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Zoe was between us; and as we reached the middle of the grove, she turned suddenly, and laying her hand upon mine, whispered in a trembling voice, "Enrique, tell me, what is `to marry'?" "Dearest Zoe! not now: it is too difficult to explain; another time, I-" "Come, Zoe!
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Oh, fat, brown, root-digging fool that I am," said Baloo, uncoiling himself with a jerk, "it is true what Hathi the Wild Elephant says: `To each his own fear'; and they, the Bandar-log, fear Kaa the Rock Snake.
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Examples of `to

Example #1
And you can't say `go to,' because gehen's only one word.
Example #2
Saxe nodded at the man, said "Morgen," and went on.
Example #3
The feeling was strong in Christie's heart, at the moment, that though Miss Gertrude might return again, their intercourse could never be renewed-at least not on the same footing; and though it hurt her much to know it, her own pain was quite lost in the earnest desire she felt in some way or other to do Miss Gertrude good.
Example #4
She wanted very much to say something to do her good, especially now that they were about to part.
Example #5
In his `Birds and Poets' (Boston, 1877), Mr. John Burroughs says that he knows of only two noteworthy poetical tributes to the mocking-bird, those by Whitman and by Wilde, both of which he quotes.
Example #6
But since the appearance of his book many poems have been written to the mocking-bird, several of which are of enduring worth.