Usage examples for Brains

  1. I should have to depend on brains, not legs. – Lord John in New York by C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson
  2. You wouldn't have the brains to understand even if we told you. – The Samurai Strategy by Thomas Hoover
  3. " They've been nestin' up there under that man Macdonald for the last two years, and he's the brains of the pack. – The Rustler of Wind River by G. W. Ogden
  4. Indeed, Mollie, insects do have brains. – The Insect Folk by Margaret Warner Morley
  5. What had you to do with my brains? – The Patchwork Girl of Oz by L. Frank Baum
  6. You've got too much brains to work altogether with your hands; and one must find out what he is best suited to. – Richard Dare's Venture by Edward Stratemeyer
  7. You have no strength except in your brains. – Cæsar or Nothing by Pío Baroja Baroja
  8. A lawyer with a heart is as dangerous as a working man with his brains. – The Centralia Conspiracy by Ralph Chaplin
  9. You've got more brains for a thing like this than any of us. – Hopalong Cassidy by Clarence E. Mulford
  10. Our brains get tired. – Every Man for Himself by Norman Duncan
  11. She has the brains. – The Gray Mask by Wadsworth Camp
  12. You have money and brains; why not use them to become a leader of those who will win at last, no matter what the game may be?" – The World For Sale, Volume 2. by Gilbert Parker
  13. It is neither good looks nor brains in a husband that make a woman happy; it is beauty of character, virtue, kindness. – Old-Time Stories by Charles Perrault
  14. Moreover, many that you met, if they had brains, had never cultivated them. – His Sombre Rivals by E. P. Roe
  15. You don't look for brains in a man's legs, do you? – Life on the Stage by Clara Morris
  16. " If a woman has brains she's bound to use them," replied the old man, as he sat down by the kitchen fire. – The Rebel of the School by Mrs. L. T. Meade
  17. What's the matter with your brains, Rellihan? – All-Wool Morrison by Holman Day
  18. We might have had something very like those infernal craft if we'd had men of decent brains at the War Office. – The World Peril of 1910 by George Griffith
  19. He's big; he's got brains. – Out of the Primitive by Robert Ames Bennet
  20. It nearly knocked my brains out, and hurt something awful. – The Paternoster Ruby by Charles Edmonds Walk