Usage examples for ken

  1. Dinna ye ken 'at the speerit o' man's the can'le o' the Lord?" – Warlock o' Glenwarlock by George MacDonald
  2. " Maybe it makes things easier that he thinks I dinna ken," said Macallister. – The Coast of Adventure by Harold Bindloss
  3. I cut the interview short and called Ken Purdy in New York. – The Flying Saucers are Real by Donald Keyhoe
  4. " Do ye ken, Muster Bell," said he at last, " that's precisely what I'm thinkin' it is mysel'- juist highway robbery." – Fore! by Charles Emmett Van Loan
  5. The man called Ken did most of the talking. – The Plotters by Alexander Blade
  6. Chances were good that Ken was his uncle. – O+F by John Moncure Wetterau
  7. I ken nothing, but what you tell me. – Krindlesyke by Wilfrid Wilson Gibson
  8. Ken and I will have to be off again next week; so for the few days we have at home we want you girls to pass up all other fun. – Polly in New York by Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  9. Ken leaned down to whisper in her ear, " I wish I could get you inside the ship." – Fly By Night by Arthur Dekker Savage
  10. Naething' at I ken o' comes 'atween him an' me." – Warlock o' Glenwarlock by George MacDonald
  11. But this was a matter beyond Andy's ken. – Ethelyn's Mistake by Mary Jane Holmes
  12. An' says I, 'My lord, ' says I, 'ye oucht to ken better! – Donal Grant by George MacDonald
  13. I'm o' his min' whether I ken his min' or no. – Donal Grant by George MacDonald
  14. You'll like it, Ken." – Out Like a Light by Gordon Randall Garrett
  15. It is none the more likely to come to pass because of that, as you might ken yourself by this time," said his wife, gravely. – Janet's Love and Service by Margaret M Robertson
  16. Ken felt his mind brinking on madness. – Fly By Night by Arthur Dekker Savage
  17. Her bitter thoughts were not of the dead man back there, but of the live years that she was to bury with him: years that would never pass beyond her ken, that would never die. – The Hollow of Her Hand by George Barr McCutcheon
  18. It was in one of those bad houses, my dear, Mrs. Saunders finally contributed, and poor Ken was no worse than the thousands of other men who frequent 'em! – Saturday's Child by Kathleen Norris