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Example sentences for "know that"

  • I don't know that I should say very attractive," Mrs. Westgate rejoined.

  • I don't know what power they have to interfere, but I know that a British mama may worry her son's life out.

  • I am getting plenty of ideas," said Bessie, "but I don't know that my couturiere would appreciate them.

  • If I ain't there, you'll know that I passed away during the night, and you can telephone the clerk to break in my door.

  • I know that if I have to eat one more meal cooked by that Chink of mine I'll hang him by his own pigtail.

  • Maybe he'd be interested to know that you've been counting in the date and your waiter's number, and adding 'em in at the bottom of your check.

  • I know that he had never seen such faces in all his clean, hard-working young boy's life, spent in our prosperous little country town.

  • I don't know that I was exactly thinking of hell.

  • At the same time, I want to know that much, and I'll take your word of honour for it.

  • I know that,' he said; 'I think of nothing else.

  • He said, "You and I, who are his friends, KNOW that Champdivers is innocent.

  • I am proud to know that I lose my reason as immediately in the presence of a rare jug with an illustrious mark on the bottom of it, as if I had just emptied that jug.

  • Cruel old man, know that I come with claims which even you cannot despise.

  • I do not know whether hotel servants in New York get any wages or not, but I do know that in some of the hotels there the feeing system in vogue is a heavy burden.

  • The "Herr Professor" talked to her in German, and I understood enough of it to know that he was bringing very plausible reasons to bear for admitting me.

  • I would not have believed that that impossible thing could be done; but I saw it done, and therefore I know that there is one impossible thing which CAN be done.

  • No, I don't know that I have," admitted the elder.

  • I don't know that it's quite so bad as that; but the thing had certainly crossed my mind.

  • I don't know how it's to be approached, and I don't know that it's at all possible.

  • Now, I know that I don't look any more like a bachelor of my age than I do like the man in the moon, and yet I couldn't say where the difference came in, to save me.

  • And he grew and grew strong as a boy must grow who does not know that he is learning any lessons, and who has nothing in the world to think of except things to eat.

  • It may be some consolation to you when you're dead to know that I shall settle accounts with the boy.

  • Our man-cub is in the hands of the Bandar-log now, and we know that of all the Jungle-People they fear Kaa alone.

  • I don't know that she's charming, mother.

  • I don't know that I ever did, or ever have--since I was a child.

  • Something in their perfect isolation together made her know that it was accomplished between them, that they were, as she put it, married.

  • I don't know that it would make it any better if he did something to make us all ashamed," said Mrs. Morel.

  • From what I've been able to gather from certain sources that I can't tell you, I know that he didn't leave England by himself.

  • I want her to know that if the worst comes to the worst she can count on me.

  • I want her to know that I shall never fail her.

  • Later I shot a hyaenodon with one of these, and though my arrow inflicted but a superficial flesh wound the beast crumpled in death almost immediately after he was hit.

  • But what had that to do with his brothers?

  • I was dumbfounded--this was my thanks for saving her from Jubal!

  • I know that I am not mad, and I am equally sure that you are not; but how in the world are we to account for the strange hallucinations that each of us seems to harbor relative to the passage of time since last we saw each other.

  • I know that I wandered for a long time, until tired and hungry I came upon a small cave in the face of the limestone formation which had taken the place of the granite farther back.

  • Here, I felt, I could defy an army, for but a single foeman could advance upon me at a time, nor could he know that I was awaiting him until he came full upon me around the corner of the turn.

  • I know," said he, in a voice which he tried to make as feeling as possible, "I know that M.

  • Better than any one else you know that I cannot retrench, although the reality no longer exists.

  • But I know that she is still worth three millions, at the very least.

  • I have heard him say, jestingly, that some good fairy must be watching over him; but I know that he believes himself to be the illegitimate son of some great English nobleman.

  • If anything more than usually villainous in the boy-line crops up in our neighbourhood, we know that it is Biggs's latest.

  • Just when we had given up all hope - yes, I know that is always the time that things do happen in novels and tales; but I can't help it.

  • I should not like George to know that I thought so, but there really is no other word for it.

  • Yet I know that we shall not love like this always.

  • I know that, if she had lived, you would have been reconciled with her.

  • I don't know that we do both wish to make it up," said Clym.

  • To sit by him hour after hour, and hear him reproach himself as being the cause of her death, and to know that I am the sinner, if any human being is at all, drives me into cold despair.

  • Most likely not," said Jerry; "but I don't know that I shall be the less happy for that.

  • I know that's a hobby of yours; well, the fact is, I like to see my horses hold their heads up.

  • Still, one likes to feel the rein a little in going downhill, and likes to know that one's driver is not gone to sleep.

  • I know that, but do you know what day it is?

  • How will it pleasure their relatives to know that lies is wrote over them, and that everybody in the place knows that they be lies?

  • Well, I know that, did I move and speak in your London, none there are who would not know me for a stranger.

  • You will be glad to know that I have quite given up walking in my sleep.

  • But as for thee and thy servants, I know that ye will not yet fear the LORD God.

  • And he said, LORD God, whereby shall I know that I shall inherit it?

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