Seven letters lie on my table ready to be sealed, seven more went to the post-office this afternoon; but though I will not sleep till I bid you good-night, I will not write any more than just that now.
You bid me lump my answers to you, but I hate to do that.
I do not think it pleasant enough to wish to keep it for a single instant, without the idea of the duty of living, since God has bid us live.
You bid me tell you how I am in mind, body, and estate.
I have told you now all I have to tell of myself, and being weary in spirit and in body, will bid you farewell, and go and try to get some sleep.
For Example: when I bid them lard a Fowl, if I should bid them lard with large Lardoons, they would not know what I want: But when I say they must lard with small Pieces of Bacon, they know what I mean.
I fairly bid the Boarding Schools farewell," "Old Governess farewell with all my heart," are lines indicative of her attitude.
The sun has already set, so we hastily bidthem adieu and start for home, but not before they have sent their respects to Father and Mother Engle.
While we were in this dilemma, the Chief of the natives in this part of the country, Hluganisa by name, with some natives came to meet us and bid us welcome.
When the stranger comes among them, they always bid him welcome, and it is etiquette to let him remain for at least one day without asking him any questions as to his business among them.
Duke of Bourbon allude to it: "They bid us to the English dancing-schools, And teach lavoltas high, and swift corantos.
It occurs again in "Venus and Adonis:" "To bid the wind a base he now prepares.
Now bid me run, And I will strive with things impossible; Yea, get the better of them.
And his long figurative passage beginning-- And can I ever bid these joys farewell?
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "bid" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.