Usage examples for martin

  1. " It's down to Murphys', Ma," Martin would shout. – Carl and the Cotton Gin by Sara Ware Bassett
  2. She would wait until Martin was ready to go with her. – The Associate Hermits by Frank R. Stockton
  3. Old Martin Chuzzlewit is a man who has been accustomed, all through a long life, to have his own way, and to take it with a high hand. – Life of Charles Dickens by Frank Marzials
  4. What does it all mean, Martin? – Lysbeth A Tale Of The Dutch by H. Rider Haggard
  5. Martin does the best he knows how, but he finds it hard to keep table girls here in the woods. – Joan of Arc of the North Woods by Holman Day
  6. This is Martin Wallen, is it? – A Tame Surrender, A Story of The Chicago Strike by Charles King
  7. No, no, it doesn't matter, said M. Formery; and, turning to M. Gournay- Martin and the Duke, he said, Now we're really going to have trouble with Guerchard. – Arsene Lupin by Edgar Jepson Maurice Leblanc
  8. Padre Martin is better. – The Social Cancer A Complete English Version of Noli Me Tangere by José Rizal
  9. " Mirestone," the stranger finally answered, " Martin G. Mirestone." – The White Feather Hex by Don Peterson
  10. The legend tells us that somewhere in the dark ages lived a soldier named Martin. – Castles and Chateaux of Old Touraine and the Loire Country by Francis Miltoun
  11. Martin had the right idea. – Dawson Black: Retail Merchant by Harold Whitehead
  12. His name, just now, is Martin. – The Lighted Match by Charles Neville Buck
  13. Old Martin at the Gas House? – The New Rector by Stanley J. Weyman
  14. Martin, she has not! – An Unknown Lover by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  15. It wasn't until 2037 that Professor Martin James decided that these brain waves are comparable to radio waves, and got busy inventing a device to listen in on them. – The Telenizer by Don Thompson
  16. " Not much," Martin said. – Joe Burke's Last Stand by John Moncure Wetterau
  17. Any more commands, Martin? – A Hungarian Nabob by Maurus Jókai
  18. There ain't nothin' wrong in it, Martin. – The Sherrods by George Barr McCutcheon