Usage examples for locked

  1. I noticed that it had, and that it was locked. – Fated to Be Free by Jean Ingelow
  2. I've locked myself in, and will be true to you till the grave, and you... – Plays by Chekhov, Second Series On the High Road, The Proposal, The Wedding, The Bear, A Tragedian In Spite of Himself, The Anniversary, The Three Sisters, The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov
  3. Ah, Mrs. Jasher sat down and locked her hands together, you don't believe me. – The Green Mummy by Fergus Hume
  4. We entered the Baron's own room, the door of which he locked behind him. – Weird Tales. Vol. I by E. T. A. Hoffmann
  5. We did so, and you locked the door behind us, stepped from the window, and went to the grave of your parents. – The Fatal Glove by Clara Augusta Jones Trask
  6. Well, about this locked door? – The Green Mummy by Fergus Hume
  7. Sure the Bishop wouldn't so permit, seeing that if it fired any time them that was locked up could not so easy get out. – Dorothy at Oak Knowe by Evelyn Raymond
  8. One morning, immediately after breakfast, the three went to the library and locked the door. – At the Sign of the Jack O'Lantern by Myrtle Reed
  9. Did that mean that they locked the man in? – The City of Fire by Grace Livingston Hill
  10. Yes, I'll understand a lot of things that are locked up to me now. – The Flockmaster of Poison Creek by George W. Ogden
  11. " Yes, sir; but not locked. – The Lost Despatch by Natalie Sumner Lincoln
  12. He had expected to find it locked, and in that he was disappointed. – In And Out by Edgar Franklin
  13. It's always kep' locked. – Short Cruises by W.W. Jacobs
  14. I always locked it- always. – Little Miss Joy by Emma Marshall
  15. Nothing is locked, to- night. – In Her Own Right by John Reed Scott
  16. Scraggy tried the door; but found it locked. – From the Valley of the Missing by Grace Miller White
  17. But when I entered he locked his desk and said he would go to bed. – The Lost Lady of Lone by E.D.E.N. Southworth
  18. Her hands locked themselves together, an agony far beyond the weakness of tears was in her beautiful eyes. – The Mystery of a Turkish Bath by E.M. Gollan (AKA Rita)