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Example sentences for "hare"

Lexicographically close words:
hardware; hardwood; hardwoods; hardworking; hardy; harebell; harebells; harebrained; hareem; harelip
  1. If Whitefoot should come out, I couldn't warn him because that would draw Whitey's attention to me, and he wouldn't look twice at a Wood Mouse when there was a chance to get a Hare for his dinner.

  2. Jumper the Hare sat crouched at the foot of a tree in the Green Forest.

  3. He was still more angry because his hunt for Jumper the Hare was interfered with.

  4. Jumper the Hare crouched at the foot of a tree in the Green Forest, and a little way from him on a stump sat Whitey the Snowy Owl.

  5. Then he turned just in time to see Jumper the Hare bounding away with all the speed of his wonderful, long legs.

  6. I hope Jumper the Hare will have sense enough to keep perfectly still.

  7. He probably had found the tracks of Jumper the Hare and he will come back.

  8. Jumper the Hare was beginning to feel easier in his mind.

  9. And the simile of the hare seemed to him so pathetic that he sank sobbing into an arm-chair.

  10. I am like a hare wounded by the hunter, which runs to its form to die.

  11. Ramoncito now brought the conversation back to the opera--the hare which runs in every fashionable meeting in Madrid.

  12. Turkeys, grouse, and a species of large hare frequently appeared; many ducks in the stream.

  13. It was recollected that O'Connell once held a meeting on the same spot, and that the hare and the meetings were both mentioned by the prophet Columbkill.

  14. Now and then a hare will start among the bent-grass, while aloft the falcon rests poised on her mighty wing.

  15. It was weary waiting until the proceedings commenced, the only diversion being provided by a hare which got up in an adjacent field.

  16. Only the delighted "Uncle" dismounted, and cut off a pad, shaking the hare for the blood to drip off, and anxiously glancing round with restless eyes while his arms and legs twitched.

  17. Pierre looked at her timidly over his spectacles, and like a hare surrounded by hounds who lays back her ears and continues to crouch motionless before her enemies, he tried to continue reading.

  18. The hare arched his back and bounded off yet more swiftly.

  19. He did not now run with the feeling of doubt and conflict with which he had trodden the Enns bridge, but with the feeling of a hare fleeing from the hounds.

  20. Following the wounded hare he made his way far into the forest and came upon the left flank of Murat's army, encamped there without any precautions.

  21. At the very moment when she would have seized her prey, the hare moved and darted along the balk between the winter rye and the stubble.

  22. Again Erza and Milka were abreast, running like a pair of carriage horses, and began to overtake the hare, but it was easier for the hare to run on the balk and the borzois did not overtake him so quickly.

  23. On the second of October a Cossack, Shapovalov, who was out scouting, killed one hare and wounded another.

  24. The hare they had started was a strong and swift one.

  25. But it was like following a hare on the mountains to follow that great white ship.

  26. She will be as safe as a hare in a gin," he said, "when once we get her between us and the land, for no power on earth will let her sail out in the teeth of the wind.

  27. Chauncy Hare Townshend we have given at length in a recent work, published by Colby & Rich, Boston, entitled "Agassiz and Spiritualism.

  28. But herein lies the "humour" of it: the hare is pleased and the tortoise is pleased.

  29. He also tells me that he once found a hare and a fox lying in their forms, within three yards of one another, in a small disused quarry.

  30. It is the old story of the hare and the tortoise.

  31. Each line in his wonderful description of the hunted hare is written by a thorough sportsman and a keen observer of nature.

  32. Not that there is in these any real happiness, or that any imagine true bliss to consist in the money won at play, or in the hare which is hunted; we would not have these as gifts.

  33. The hare itself would not free us from the view of death and our miseries, but the chase of the hare does free us.

  34. And those who philosophise on the matter, and think men unreasonable that they pass a whole day in hunting a hare which they would not have bought, scarce know our nature.

  35. One morning lately, as I was out pretty early in the fields, sowing some grass seeds, I heard the burst of a shot from a neighbouring plantation, and presently a poor little wounded hare came crippling by me.

  36. You will guess my indignation at the inhuman fellow who could shoot a hare at this season, when all of them have young ones.

  37. Bob swore that old Hare was a notorious liar and that it was not the medicine that made him so sick.

  38. This particular dose of medicine did not have the effect the doctor desired, or rather, it had more effect than the doctor or Hare desired.

  39. I've sometimes thought old Hare just pretended your medicine made him sick to get out of paying the bill.

  40. Alfred protested that he had prepared the medicine for Hare as per the formula furnished him.

  41. Many years afterwards, the writer, rummaging through the garret of the old home, the odd garments fashioned by Lacy Hare and Aunt Betsy were discovered.

  42. The seat seemed to have a surplus similar to the uniform Lacy Hare had fashioned, although this part of the garment stood off from his person, not clinging like the heavy material of the military clothes.

  43. John McCune's two children, ole Lige Custer an' Dave Phillips wus all took sick jus like ole Hare an' nobody but Alfred ever mixed the medicine they took.

  44. Lacy Hare and Aunt Betsy made me these clothes, they're regular soldier clothes.

  45. Ef Hare suffered more than Alfurd, he sure wus sick," was Lin's comment.

  46. If the hare be old the ears will be tough and dry, and will not tear readily.

  47. The back or fillet part is considered the best portion of a hare or rabbit.

  48. In a young hare the cleft in the lip is narrow, and the claws are cracked readily if turned sideways.

  49. Put hare in casserole with 1 cup hot water and put on cover.

  50. Hares and Rabbits A hare when fresh killed is stiff and red; when stale, the body is supple and the flesh in many parts black.

  51. Now and then a hare was started in the thick tufts of steppe grass.

  52. A wolf took to flight; occasionally a hare leapt up out of the steppe grass, and locusts flew about noisily.

  53. The hare meat was discarded and given to the dogs.

  54. Panchor, who was accustomed to run with the hare and hunt with the hounds, had probably given him an account of us beforehand.

  55. Beside a wall of rock the dogs put up a hare which took refuge in a hole, but Kunchuk pulled him out again and he was condemned to be eaten.

  56. A hare runs like the wind, as if his life were in danger, over this flat, where he cannot find the slightest cover.

  57. All around was dead and dreary; no one was seen; only a couple of jackdaws croaked, and a hare sped out of its form so near us that we could have caught it with the hand if we had been alert.

  58. Lady Beevor, widow of the late Sir Thomas Beevor, has taken the surname of Hare out of respect to the memory of her late father.

  59. An inquest was held at the Hare Arms, Stow Bardolph, on the body of John Vare, who died under singular circumstances.

  60. His new set of chambers "looked out upon a gloomy churchyard-like court, called Hare Court, with three trees and a pump in it.

  61. But you must have lunch somewhere, and you couldn't go to the Hare and Hounds.

  62. I'll go to the Hare and Hounds and have some bread and cheese.

  63. Young Riggleton he came to the Hare and Hounds, and told the landlord all about it.

  64. It was an old trotter of a Bear that was chasing a little Hare and got stuck fast in the cleft of a tree.

  65. I can make you rich in honey, and all I have to say is to give you this warning: Never, if you love your own life, do you tell a living soul how a miserable little Hare made a fool of a strong She-bear.

  66. Whenever Mrs. Petz came home the young ones would bitterly complain how a little Hare had been there making game of them.

  67. To my horror he bounced up again, and ran like a hare for a dozen yards, and then rolled over and over as dead as Julius Caesar.

  68. In Guesses at Truth the brothers Hare wrote: 'They who cannot weave a uniform net, may at least produce a piece of patchwork, which may be useful, and not without a charm of its own.

  69. A sergeant's party higher up among the rocks had just time to fire off as an alarm, and even the remainder of the company on picquet under O'Hare had barely time to jump up and snatch their rifles when the enemy were among them.

  70. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "hare" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    animal; antelope; armadillo; arrow; bat; buck; cannonball; courser; dart; doe; eagle; electricity; elephant; flash; gazelle; greyhound; hare; horse; jackrabbit; kangaroo; light; lightning; mammal; mercury; opossum; pig; quicksilver; rabbit; race; rat; rocket; shot; streak; swallow; thought; thunderbolt; torrent; wind