Then she said: "Has anyone told you to put them away as soon as I am finished with them?
I had not brought the boxes to put them in, as I did not know she was going to change again after the audience, and felt a little nervous as to what was the right thing to do, or as to what she would say.
He first assembled several old non-commissioned officers of experience, put them in office, and gave them blanks for requisitions for the full equipment of a cavalry regiment.
If I disapproved of its policy, I would join in order to fight that policy; if the union leaders were dishonest, I would join in order to put them out.
There was always fighting, always plundering; and the successful graspers for governmental power were always pawning ports and custom-houses, or trying to put them up as guarantees for loans.
It was hours after sunset, and the men wanted to see anybody try to put them on board.
They went around inviting the authorities to try to put them on board.
Then cut them in halves or quarters, put them into a tureen, and just before serving pour a very good clear soup over them.
Then pour a few drops of oil on each shell, put them on the gridiron on an open fire, grill for a few minutes, and add a little lemon juice before serving.
If you like to add potatoes, cut them up, put them in the stewpan an hour before serving, and cook them with the meat.
Cut three or four young turnips into slices and put them on a dish, strew a little salt over them, cover them with another dish, and let them stand for about two hours until the water has run out of them.
Then drain the slices, put them in a frying-pan and fry them slightly in butter.
They had come in but there had been no hurry toput them on the car.
They were about four sizes too big for the Ford, but I put them on anyway.
Her clothes dried out before we got home and we put them back on her.
Sometimes the cows and horses would come and try to eat the cane and we had to put them in pens by the barn.
Of course, when they got older, we put them in pens.
The faction is content to mark them as mangy curs, to put them in pens, keep them on a leash, and to annoy them.
So many a conversation had come to a standstill because those who had a number of questions to ask did not dare to put them, and those who could have told held their tongues.
It is a sad thing, someone will say, that men absolutely must have alcohol to put them in a good humour -- and I am quite ready to agree.
On January 18 we began bringing up the materials for the hut, and as soon as they arrived the builders began to put them up.
The above list will hopefully provide you with a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "put them" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this group of words.