What-i in a sentence

The word "what-i" in a example sentences. Learn the definition of what-i and how to use it in a sentence.

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How to use what-i in a sentence. What-i pronunciation.

I believed some personal matter-I have not the least idea what-is connected with his visit to the fort.
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She is certainly the belle of Cairo this season," said Courtney, "but I tell you what,-I am rather sorry to see young Murray has lost his head about her.
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What-is it fitting that, in every thing Maecenas does, you, who are so very much unlike him and so much his inferior, should vie with him?
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If you do, I don't know what-I feel so desperate.
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I will tell you what-I shall come in for a moment and see you in your fine feathers.
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Full of presentiments of some evil,-I knew not what,-I then altered my course, and stopped not till I found myself, panting and out of breath, in St. James's Square-at the door of Trevanion's house-in the hall.
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But what-I don't understand," murmured Billy.
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If she asks if she is expected to be a model woman, the reply must be that the world does not much hanker after what-is called the "model woman.
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What!-I hate an ape! _Wild_.
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I'll tell you what-I will help you.
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Examples of What-i

Example #1
With that the factor turned to Christopher Burley, who had been waiting with visible signs of impatience for our conversation to terminate.
Example #2
A few minutes will settle the question in one way or another.
Example #3
There might have been another way; but for that way, or for the way I did take, you could not be responsible.
Example #4
I shall take my chances for my life.
Example #5
The young ones of a frog being in her absence crushed by the foot of a calf, when one of them had made his escape, he told his mother what a huge beast had dashed his brethren to pieces.
Example #6
Hear, then: in the first place you build; that is, though from top to bottom you are but of the two-foot size you imitate the tall: and you, the same person, laugh at the spirit and strut of Turbo in armor, too great for his [little] body: how are you less ridiculous than him?