Sons were separated from fathers, daughters from mothers, and all departed with deep groans and maledictions, and in Paris there reigned a desolation like that of Egypt.
Her daughters were worthy followers of her atrocious example, and at length one murdered the other in jealous hate.
After dinner she attended to public business until six in the evening, as she dined at noon; and until her hour of retiring her daughters joined her, when she held a drawing-room or engaged in games with her children.
All of her daughters were beautiful and accomplished.
Do you think they will, with unconcern, see the Emperor Napoleon searching for a wife among the daughters of kings?
Her daughters were all expected to present themselves at evening prayers, which the empress held before retiring, and nothing but sickness was allowed to interfere with this family regulation.
In another, no less gorgeous, sat Diana, still fair and fascinating, though surrounded by daughters and granddaughters.
Sepia was the daughter of a clergyman, an uncle of Lady Malice, whose sons had all gone to the bad, and whose daughters had all vanished from society.
She could recompense herself as the daughters who have sinned by yielding generally do when they are mothers, with the sin of compelling, and thus make the trespass round and full.
We were received by the smiling merchants as if we were long-lost daughters suddenly restored, but we practised our newly acquired diplomacy on them to such an extent that their faces soon began to betray the most comic astonishment.
And he will take your daughters to be confectioners, and to be cooks, and to be bakers.
Jarnvid was full of the sons and daughters of this Iron Witch; they were wolves, and bears, and foxes, and many-headed ravenous birds.
AEgir the Old groaned from under the deep, and sent his daughters up to mourn around the dead.
Two daughters of genii were destined to try to lead you different ways; human nature nearly conquered, but you came out at last victorious from the fight.
You yourselves will not be safe from this dishonour; your wives and daughters will not be spared.
The daughters of many houses were airy and cheerful; but Nekayah had been too long accustomed to the conversation of Imlac and her brother to be much pleased with childish levity, and prattle which had no meaning.
More princes applied for the hand of my daughters than I had time to refuse.
He told them they could stay and one of the daughters of the slaves was married in the kitchen of my grandfather's house.
The farmer's wife and daughters baked such cakes of buckwheat as I never before tasted, and these, plentifully covered with the golden honey, made up a meal which still lingers in my memory.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "daughters" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.