Usage examples for S

  1. Will you go to Evelyn's room and tell her that we are at lunch? – A Very Naughty Girl by L. T. Meade
  2. Oh if it's true that she is a Christian! – Callista by John Henry Cardinal Newman
  3. Decidedly; and I don't suppose she does half s much as you and I in reality. – Winding Paths by Gertrude Page
  4. Mother and three of my sisters are at the Mechlin's. – The Squatter and the Don by C. Loyal
  5. This lady had already a s. – A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John W. Cousin
  6. He says, Birsky continued: 'P. S. I will be back in New York a free man not later than next week at the latest, and the first thing I will call at your place. – The Competitive Nephew by Montague Glass
  7. He saw the little baby who was all that was left of his brother, and he also saw that brother's wife. – A Very Naughty Girl by L. T. Meade
  8. Yes, so it is; but it's very different from what it ever was. – Callista by John Henry Cardinal Newman
  9. But it's so silly, children, to be afraid. – The Adventures of Fleetfoot and Her Fawns by Allen Chaffee
  10. She had been born in a Christian family, and came into my possession on her master's death. – Callista by John Henry Cardinal Newman
  11. S. 151; and likewise Is. – Christology of the Old Testament: And a Commentary on the Messianic Predictions, v. 1 by Ernst Wilhelm Hengstenberg
  12. It’ s worth coming so far east to see. – Polly in New York by Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  13. It's not complete ... – Missing Link by Frank Patrick Herbert
  14. The words of S. Catherine herself deserve to be read. – Sketches and Studies in Italy and Greece, Vol III. by John Symonds
  15. If anyone got to Mars, it would be his kid. – Cost of Living by Robert Sheckley
  16. I was standing full still with my eyes on my mother's face. – Cedric, the Forester by Bernard Gay Marshall
  17. Had he put an s to the noun " part," he might have been understood in either of two other ways, but not in this. – The Grammar of English Grammars by Goold Brown
  18. Trench was right, the S over the doorway down there stands for Service as well as for Sacrifice and Strife. – A Master's Degree by Margaret Hill McCarter
  19. See there's plenty of everything wanted. – Early English Meals and Manners by Various
  20. That's none of your business, and I guess the less you know about it the better for yourself.... – Doors of the Night by Frank L. Packard