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Definition of With

  • See Withe.
  • With denotes or expresses some situation or relation of nearness, proximity, association, connection, or the like.
  • To denote a close or direct relation of opposition or hostility; -- equivalent to against.
  • To denote association in respect of situation or environment; hence, among; in the company of.
  • To denote a connection of friendship, support, alliance, assistance, countenance, etc.; hence, on the side of.
  • To denote the accomplishment of cause, means, instrument, etc; -- sometimes equivalent to by.
  • To denote association in thought, as for comparison or contrast.
  • To denote simultaneous happening, or immediate succession or consequence.
  • To denote having as a possession or an appendage; as, the firmament with its stars; a bride with a large fortune.

How to use with in a sentence. With pronunciation.

Thee didst frighten all who knew thee with thy doings that mad midsummer time.
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Even from Jasper Kimber, who, on his return from London, was taken to his bed with fever.
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Yet there the voices sounded, one sharp and peevish with anger, the other low and rough.
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I drew near with a kind of fear, but yet I came to the door and looked in.
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There he sat looking at me with his staring blue eyes and shock of redgrey hair.
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He stopped weaving, and peered over at me with his staring blue eyes, and I felt a sudden quickening of the heart.
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But I said coldly, and with what was near to anger, that he should link his name and fate with that of Luke Claridge: "Which of ye two goes first is God's will, and according to His wisdom.
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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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Ah, David, what with the flute and the pen, banishment was no pain to thee! .
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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.
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I think it true, and sadly true, that a man with a vice which he is able to satisfy easily and habitually, even as another satisfies a virtue, may give up the wider actions of the world and the possibilities of his life for the pleasure which his one vice gives him, and neither miss nor desire those greater chances of virtue or ambition which he has lost.
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And he would say no more, but would walk with me even to my father's door.
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I see him at his window looking out towards the Cloistered House; and if our neighbour comes forth, perhaps upon his hunter, or now in his cart, or again with his dogs, he draws his hat down upon his eyes and whispers to himself.
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The cities of the dead Khalifas and Mamelukes separated them from the living city where the fellah toiled, and Arab, Bedouin, Copt strove together to intercept the fruits of his toiling, as it passed in the form of taxes to the Palace of the Prince Pasha; while in the dark corners crouched, waiting, the cormorant usurers-Greeks, Armenians, and Syrians, a hideous salvage corps, who saved the house of a man that they might at last walk off with his shirt and the cloth under which he was carried to his grave.
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But all the time the bright, unclouded sun looked down on a smiling land, and in Cairo streets the din of the hammers, the voices of the boys driving heavily laden donkeys, the call of the camel-drivers leading their caravans into the great squares, the clang of the brasses of the sherbet-sellers, the song of the vendor of sweetmeats, the drone of the merchant praising his wares, went on amid scenes of wealth and luxury, and the city glowed with colour and gleamed with light.
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There, hung to a tree by a deserted mosque near by, the body of one who was with them all an hour before, and who had paid the penalty for some real or imaginary crime; while his fellows blessed Allah that the storm had passed them by.
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Now the Muezzin from a minaret called to prayer, and the fellah in his cotton shirt and yelek heard, laid his load aside, and yielded himself to his one dear illusion, which would enable him to meet with apathy his end-it might be to-morrow!-and go forth to that plenteous heaven where wives without number awaited him, where fields would yield harvests without labour, where rich food in gold dishes would be ever at his hand.
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David had not yet been fortunate with his own business-the settlement of his Uncle Benn's estate-though the last stages of negotiation with the Prince Pasha seemed to have been reached.
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They had respect for him more than for most Franks, because the Prince Pasha had honoured him with especial favour.
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Perhaps because David wore his hat always and the long coat with high collar like a Turk, or because Prince Kaid was an acute judge of human nature, and also because honesty was a thing he greatly desired-in others-and never found near his own person; however it was, he had set David high in his esteem at once.
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Examples of With

Example #1
The tavern, the theatre, the cross-roads, and the cockpit-was ever such a day!
Example #2
They gave thee sour bread to eat ere thy going, but yet thee didst grind the flour for the baking.
Example #3
Because of the hard blows dealt him by thee, I went to make amends.
Example #4
How do I know these things?
Example #5
I could not hear what was said.
Example #6
The door was open, but I could see no one.