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Example sentences for "inconveniences"

Lexicographically close words:
incontrovertibly; inconuenience; inconueniences; inconvenience; inconvenienced; inconveniencies; inconveniencing; inconveniency; inconvenient; inconveniently
  1. And yet these are some of the smallest inconveniences which accompany field-preaching.

  2. DEAR SIR, 'Upon balancing the inconveniences of both parties, I find it will less incommode you to spend your night here, than me to come to town.

  3. None of the inconveniences happened that we had apprehended; she proved a good and faithful helpmate, assisted me much by attending to the shop; we throve together, and ever mutually endeavoured to make each other happy.

  4. For want of a building dedicated to that purpose, many inconveniences were suffered, as well by the clergyman as by those who attended him.

  5. At my return to this place I felt on the road greater inconveniences than those I had experienced on my setting out.

  6. There were, of course, some inconveniences in regard to lighting so low-studded a chamber.

  7. The traveller, the hunter, the zologist, and the botanist can all find here in these rich river bottoms a ready reward for any inconveniences experienced on the route.

  8. The balance of inconveniences is, in the mind of the present writer in favour of the idea of descent determining the meaning of the word species--for human natural history at least.

  9. Still, the terms are less embarrassed with inconveniences than any I have hit upon.

  10. The inconveniences by which this shade is attended are self-evident; as it cannot be carried about, or lifted, in toto, as the pedestal shade may be.

  11. The other many inconveniences of grandeur I have spoken of dispersedly in several chapters, and shall end this with an ode of Horace, not exactly copied but rudely imitated.

  12. If you wish to live, you must accept the inconveniences of life.

  13. I shall have the curiosity to admit all your phantasies, even those which make me suffer; I do not dislike torture: this helps one to reflect on the inconveniences of being a man.

  14. Chance worked her a miracle--or perhaps the house did possess a magic of its own--for the residents were as charmed by its inconveniences as Mrs. Ames had been.

  15. Two were enormously profitable party houses, where clients masqueraded in the amusing twentieth century costumes and passed a few short hours living with the quaint inconveniences of the past.

  16. Their children were not permitted to attend the public schools and few persons braved the inconveniences of living under the stigma of teaching a "nigger school.

  17. No considerable force can be uniformly kept up by militia, to say nothing of the many obvious and well-known inconveniences that attend this kind of troops.

  18. In the year 1805, in spite of the inconveniences of those days, he traveled ten thousand miles.

  19. A representation from the Judges of the Supreme Court, which will be laid before you, points out some of the inconveniences that are experienced.

  20. He stated the numerous inconveniences which had arisen from the measure already.

  21. In order to remedy these inconveniences in future, it will be necessary to hold out sufficient encouragement for the construction of vessels.

  22. He believed that the general sense of the people was against a large representation in Congress; the inconveniences experienced from numerous bodies in the State Legislatures have led several of the States to lessen the number.

  23. In time of war, in addition to the inconveniences before stated, which are enhanced by throwing the trade from its accustomed channel, there are great and important losses brought on a country by this kind of dependence.

  24. The inconveniences of which you complain are inconveniences which you might, if you chose, put an end to to-morrow.

  25. Having created them purposely of finer materials than the females of this world, and subject to none of those inconveniences which are natural to the sex.

  26. But Riccoboni could not deny that there were inconveniences in this singular art.

  27. Warburton calls Clarendon, censured and felt all the inconveniences of this open intercourse of an ambassador with the king.

  28. These were the very least inconveniences that could follow such a detection; others much more disagreeable might also be well apprehended.

  29. The need of the former is generally conceded, and an agreement upon the evils and inconveniences to be remedied and the best methods for their correction will probably not be difficult.

  30. The inconveniences which may attend it, are such as these: 1.

  31. Some inconveniences must be expected and tolerated, and no perfect order or concord expected here on earth.

  32. Therefore there is no good ground given for your following question, "May a body politic then at all times withdraw in whole or in part the influence of dominion which passeth from it, if inconveniences do grow thereby?

  33. But briefly and in general, I may answer the question thus: There are conveniences and inconveniences to be compared together, and you must make your choice accordingly.

  34. To live in the neglect of a known duty, is to live in a known sin: which will give you cause to question your sincerity, and cause more terrible effects in your souls, than the inconveniences of confession could ever have been.

  35. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "inconveniences" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.