Usage examples for seven

  1. He cannot live seven days without sleep. – Editorials-from-the-Hearst-Newspapers by Brisbane, Arthur
  2. " Seven dollars for the wagon for the month of August," Prescott replied. – The High School Boys' Training Hike by H. Irving Hancock
  3. You know how things run on; and he'd been ill seven years, and one does like a little bit of fun, doesn't one? – The Dark Tower by Phyllis Bottome
  4. He'd be all right 'til seven – The Circuit Riders by R. C. FitzPatrick
  5. Mercadante: seven last words. – Ulysses by James Joyce
  6. Your two men added would make seven – Mr. Trunnell by T. Jenkins Hains
  7. Markham did not look any older than he looked seven years ago. – A Son of the Hills by Harriet T. Comstock
  8. At half after seven – The Dweller on the Threshold by Robert Smythe Hichens
  9. Seven had died, four men, two women, and one child. – The Grizzly King by James Oliver Curwood
  10. I live here seven year." – A Woman's Life-Work Labors and Experiences by Laura S. Haviland
  11. 5246. Is it seven years since those fishermen on Major Cameron's estate were bound? – Second Shetland Truck System Report by William Guthrie
  12. And it was settled that I should meet the Major in seven days at Harrodstown. – The Complete PG Edition of The Works of Winston Churchill by Winston Churchill
  13. Anyhow, it was a pity Miss Smith- Dickenson was thirty- seven – When Ghost Meets Ghost by William Frend De Morgan
  14. Look here; I start from this house at seven o'clock to catch the mail- train; now go and tell the scoundrels you have made your friends- the men you have encouraged in their strike against me. – The Parson O' Dumford by George Manville Fenn
  15. Begin at seven and at six off and away! – Pelle the Conqueror, Vol. 2 by Martin Anderson Nexo
  16. You must leave at seven o'clock, and I have had dinner early for you. – A Letter of Credit by Susan Warner
  17. Out of work seven months. – The Social Work of the Salvation Army by Edwin Gifford Lamb
  18. " A whole seven days! – Merry-Garden and Other Stories by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  19. Seven to four, sir. – Chippinge Borough by Stanley J. Weyman