Usage examples for important

  1. They may be important to us." – 32 Caliber by Donald McGibeny
  2. They may be very important. – Richard Dare's Venture by Edward Stratemeyer
  3. He was a great big man- rich and important. – My Brilliant Career by Miles Franklin
  4. I mention the hour because it seems important. – Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete The Personal And Literary Life Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens by Albert Bigelow Paine Last Updated: February 20, 2009
  5. Every five years that we live together from now on will make that difference more important. – Mary Wollaston by Henry Kitchell Webster
  6. That which in the end was the most important of all- Lord- was probably not used until a little later. – Landmarks in the History of Early Christianity by Kirsopp Lake
  7. And that is the most important of the three. – Counsel for the Defense by Leroy Scott
  8. And wheat is to become the most important thing in the world. – The Desert of Wheat by Zane Grey
  9. It is important, remember. – A Son of the Immortals by Louis Tracy
  10. I got a few words, something important, to tell you. – The Competitive Nephew by Montague Glass
  11. Of the most important kind. – Dave Dashaway and his Hydroplane by Roy Rockwood
  12. You knew how far you could go with them, and what was more important, how far you couldn't go. – A Yankee in the Trenches by R. Derby Holmes
  13. I thought you were important. – Mutineer by Robert J. Shea
  14. " How important are you? – Master of the Moondog by Stanley Mullen
  15. This was the important question to be decided. – Adventures of a Young Naturalist by Lucien Biart
  16. But there is this important difference. – The Truth About Woman by C. Gasquoine Hartley
  17. Time is the one important thing at present. – Cleek: the Man of the Forty Faces by Thomas W. Hanshew
  18. It is very important to me, sir. – The Green Flag by Arthur Conan Doyle
  19. That was the important point now. – The Defiant Agents by Andre Alice Norton
  20. How important they have become to us, and how little, last summer, we could have dreamed of it. – Franklin Kane by Anne Douglas Sedgwick