Quotes of Whose

  1. I am excited to rise today to support National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day. This celebration honors the husband and wife business owner teams whose work helps drive the economy and fuel job growth. – Melissa Bean
  2. Hill Street Blues gave me an opportunity to work with an ensemble cast of people whose work I admired. – Steven Bochco
  3. There is no person in this room whose basic rights are not involved in any successful defiance to the carrying out of court orders. – Dwight D. Eisenhower
  4. Happy is he who has gained the wealth of divine thoughts, wretched is he whose beliefs about the gods are dark. – Empedocles
  5. There was living in the palace at this time a brother of the great Germanicus, and consequently an uncle of the late emperor, whose name was Claudius Caesar. – Frederic William Farrar
  6. We are willing enough to praise freedom when she is safely tucked away in the past and cannot be a nuisance. In the present, amidst dangers whose outcome we cannot foresee, we get nervous about her, and admit censorship. – E. M. Forster
  7. The manager sits down with me; I sit down with the board. We assess the success of the year. The manager assesses whose coming through the academy system. His job is to look at what is happening in European and world football. – David Gill
  8. It is essential to employ, trust, and reward those whose perspective, ability, and judgment are radically different from yours. It is also rare, for it requires uncommon humility, tolerance, and wisdom. – Dee Hock
  9. The Constitution does not just protect those whose views we share; it also protects those with whose views we disagree. – Edward Kennedy
  10. To have united the purposes of an entire Nation, is the great historical achievement of the man in whose strong hands our President has placed the fate of our people. – Gustav Krupp
  11. There is a whole school of Canadian academics, media personalities, and politicians whose definition of a Canadian is a North American who fears or dislikes the United States. – Preston Manning
  12. There is one knows not what sweet mystery about this sea, whose gently awful stirrings seem to speak of some hidden soul beneath. – Herman Melville
  13. A city whose living immediacy is so urgent that when I am in it I lose all sense of the past. – Kenneth Tynan
  14. War- An act of violence whose object is to constrain the enemy, to accomplish our will. – George Washington

Usage examples for Whose

  1. Tell me whose house is that? – Mugby Junction by Charles Dickens
  2. Then whose are they? – The Prairie Mother by Arthur Stringer
  3. Every lover except the one whose object" is indeed perfect. – The Mystery of Metropolisville by Edward Eggleston
  4. Whose goin' to save 'em? – Pardners by Rex Beach
  5. Or whose husband is out of town? – The Cow Puncher by Robert J. C. Stead
  6. God will find out whose sin it is, so long as we do not forget him. – Fables for Children, Stories for Children, Natural Science Stories, Popular Education, Decembrists, Moral Tales by Leo Tolstoy
  7. " All right, Mother," they said, while Sue whispered, just before she closed her eyes: " We'll find out whose cow it is in the morning." – Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue in the Big Woods by Laura Lee Hope
  8. In whose power, then? – Queechy, Volume II by Elizabeth Wetherell
  9. Scutts is not one of those whose life is stopped; he has made plans. – A Diary Without Dates by Enid Bagnold
  10. I've never seen one yet whose foot didn't slip sooner or later. – Bruce of the Circle A by Harold Titus
  11. Can you see whose name is upon the card, Densham?" – Mysterious Mr. Sabin by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  12. And- whose is he- may I ask? – The Place Beyond the Winds by Harriet T. Comstock
  13. You can't guess whose name it was. – The Disturbing Charm by Berta Ruck
  14. " See here, Hiscock," says I. " Maybe you think you're the only one whose feelin's have been hurt this evenin'." – Torchy, Private Sec. by Sewell Ford
  15. Whose boat is it, that I may be able to tell them if they should ask me? – The Marquis of Lossie by George MacDonald
  16. I know, for I was once a child whose world was a garden. – Leaves in the Wind by A. G. Gardiner
  17. Whose little girl are you? – The Portion of Labor by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  18. Do you remember telling me, long ago, of a story in which the woman said she had never seen but one man whose mother she would be willing to be? – The Master-Knot of Human Fate by Ellis Meredith
  19. Not I, not Mabane, nor any of us into whose care she had come. – The Master Mummer by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  20. Do you buy at this store, and upon whose account? – Audrey by Mary Johnston

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