imp. & p. p.
1) of Demand
Example Sentences for
1) This morning, as I sat watching the wan countenance of my friend— his eyes half closed and his limbs hanging listlessly— I was roused by half a dozen of the sailors, who Demanded admission into the cabin.
2) Without the aid of these forms, the problems raised by the novel could never be resolved by it; and Dickens is writing in an age when, unlike today, readers Demanded resolutions and felt cheated if they were not delivered.
3) Still the man hesitated. ‘I have not the inclination to parley,ssaid Mr Brownlow, ‘and, as I advocate the dearest interests of others, I have not the right.’ ‘Is there—‘ Demanded Monks with a faltering tongue,— ‘is there—no middle course?’ ‘None.’
4) When asked what that was, the Persian answered “angoor,” the Greek said “staphalion,” the Arab asked for “aneb,” and the Turk Demanded “üzüm.”
5) Then en tered another boy and Demanded his stockings in the like petition ing manner; another begged his hat, another his coat, another his waistcoat, all of which he bestowed without hesitation; but, when the last boy came in and petitioned for his shirt, No, I won't said Harry, a little moody, I want a shirt myself.
6) From the Middle Ages on, the Tradition of the Moon had Demanded that witches surround their activities with absolute secrecy, for there were several prophecies warning that Darkness would return at the end of the millennium.
7) At first Sun Quan nominally served as a Cao Wei vassal with the Cao Wei-created title of Prince of Wu , but after Cao Pi Demanded that he send his son Sun Deng as a hostage to the Cao Wei capital Luoyang and he refused , in 222 , he declared himself independent by changing era name
8) Later that year , when Cao Pi Demanded that Sun send his crown prince Sun Deng to the Cao Wei capital Luoyang as a hostage -LRB- to guarantee his loyalty -RRB- , Sun refused and declared independence -LRB- by changing era name -RRB- , thus establishing Eastern Wu as an independent state
9) But, as neither of these criminals answered to the name of Oliver, or knew anything about him, Nancy made straight up to the bluff officer in the striped waistcoat; and with the most piteous wailings and lamentations, rendered more piteous by a prompt and efficient use of the street-door key and the little basket, Demanded her own dear brother. ‘I haven’t got him, my dear,ssaid the old man. ‘Where is he?sscreamed Nancy, in a distracted manner. ‘Why, the gentleman’s got him,sreplied the officer. ‘What gentleman!
10) Shrinking to the furthest corner of the seat, he Demanded to know what they wanted there. ‘Steady,ssaid the turnkey, still holding him down.
11) As we entered he wheeled excitedly around and examined Jordan from head to foot. ‘What do you think?she Demanded impetuously. ‘About what?’
12) When asked what that was, the Persian answered “angoor,” the Greek said “staphalion,” the Arab asked for “aneb,” and the Turk Demanded “üzüm.”
13) Local sentiment Demanded incorporation to prevent the relentless high-rise development of Ocean City from creeping north into Fenwick Island
14) Giles popped out his nightcap again, preparatory to making some reply, when he was suddenly pulled back by a young gentleman who occupied the other corner of the chaise, and who eagerly Demanded what was the news. ‘In a word!scried the gentleman, Better or worse?’
15) In order to do so, witchcraft Demanded that he first become a Teacher, and that he never infringe the one limitation placed on all Teachers of the Tradition of the Moon: never to interfere with another person’s free will.
16) She dressed in white, and had a little white roadster and all day long the telephone rang in her house and excited young officers from Camp Tay80 The Great Gatsby lor Demanded the privilege of monopolizing her that night, ‘anyways, for an hour!’
17) She returned to the house about eight o clock, and when one inquired where she had passed the night, she replied that she had been looking for the child and Demanded earnestly if anything had been heard concerning him.
18) Still the man hesitated. ‘I have not the inclination to parley,ssaid Mr Brownlow, ‘and, as I advocate the dearest interests of others, I have not the right.’ ‘Is there—‘ Demanded Monks with a faltering tongue,— ‘is there—no middle course?’ ‘None.’
19) All the philosophers, with a pedantic and ridiculous seriousness, Demanded of themselves something very much higher, more pretentious, and ceremonious, when they concerned themselves with morality as a science: they 96 Beyond Good and Evil wanted to GIVE A BASIC to moralityó and every philosopher hitherto has believed that he has given it a basis; morality itself, however, has been regarded as something ëgiven.sHow far from their awkward pride was the seemingly insignificant problemóleft in dust and decayóof a description of forms of morality, notwithstanding that the finest hands and senses could hardly be fine enough for it!
20) This morning, as I sat watching the wan countenance of my friend— his eyes half closed and his limbs hanging listlessly— I was roused by half a dozen of the sailors, who Demanded admission into the cabin.
21) He then, in cant terms, with which his whole conversation was plentifully besprinkled, but which would be quite unintelligible if they were recorded here, Demanded a glass of liquor. ‘And mind you don’t poison it,ssaid Mr Sikes, laying his hat upon the table.
22) You used to tell me that you drew the very breath of life but for me, and for love of me.’ ‘And to probe that love, you Demanded that I should forfeit mine honour,she said, whilst gradually his impassiveness seemed to leave him, his rigidity to relax; that I should accept without murmur or question, as a dumb and submissive slave, every action of my mistress.
23) That night an obviously frightened person called up and Demanded to know who I was before he would give his name. ‘This is Mr Carraway,sI said. ‘Oh—sHe sounded relieved.
24) She had been stunned when he Demanded that she turn down the job or he would leave her.
25) If that same memory does not, even now, play me a trick, I fancy that you refused me ALL explanation then, and Demanded of my love a humiliating allegiance it was not prepared to give.’ ‘I wished to test your love for me, and it did not bear the test.
26) Critical discipline, and every habit that conduces to purity and rigour in intellectual matters, will not only be Demanded from themselves by these philosophers of the future, they may even make a display thereof as their special adornmentó nevertheless they will not want to be called critics on that account.
27) A dog growled as he touched the handle of a room-door; and a man’s voice Demanded who was there. ‘Only me, Bill; only me, my dear,ssaid the Jew looking in. ‘Bring in your body then,ssaid Sikes.
28) In 1934 , the McDaniel family moved to the largely black South Side area of Chicago , where the young man dropped the name Otha and became known as Ellas McDaniel , until his musical ambitions Demanded that he take on a more catchy identity
29) From the Middle Ages on, the Tradition of the Moon had Demanded that witches surround their activities with absolute secrecy, for there were several prophecies warning that Darkness would return at the end of the millennium.
30) Beyond the many fees Demanded by keepers, the prisoner was also subject to garnish, the fee Demanded of incoming prisoners by those al ready in jail.