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Example sentences for "should leave"

  • He accepted the place conditionally, with the understanding that he should leave it at the end of a month, if he were tired of it.

  • Heriot had watched the reviving effects of the cordial, and had satisfied himself that there would be no return of the faintness, he quietly but peremptorily desired that Polly should leave her.

  • There,' motioning to the house; 'do you think I should leave my wife behind me?

  • So it came about that the time was approaching when I must either enlist or leave, and as I had that day so narrowly escaped an encounter, or detection in the barber shop, I decided very quickly in my own mind that I should leave.

  • In the darkness, which comes just before daylight (when I should leave), I learned the Cooper message.

  • He said this in a tone indicating that he was only waiting till they did get it, before he should leave.

  • As we left, I suggested that she and the little girl come to the city, during the afternoon or evening, to bid the boy good-bye, as we should leave on an early train the following morning.

  • After much grumbling, supper was prepared and a solemn promise given that we should leave at seven in the morning.

  • Though we had warned the town officials that we should leave at seven, and must have breakfast before we left, when we arose, we found no steps whatever taken for our accommodation.

  • On acquainting him with the state of the case, and with Lord Byron's desire that I should leave London, Dr.

  • I should leave London on the earliest day that I could conveniently fix.

  • I was never too busy to respond to grandma's request that I should leave my lessons or play for an hour and read to her.

  • I am older than Reuben, and will do my best to care for him, and we will never forget you, mother; but I believe it to be for the best that we should leave home.

  • I pray you, I conjure you, to fulfil, my last and supreme wish would be that you, my dear and deserving German relatives, should leave an enslaved country for some other not yet under the yoke.

  • When a man calls upon another man, if he is not at home, he should leave a card.

  • If a man has been invited to the church but not to the wedding reception, he should leave a card for the bride's parents and the bridal couple, or should mail a card.

  • When a man calls on the hostess but not the host he should leave a card for him.

  • He should leave as others come in, and not remain longer than ten or fifteen minutes.

  • Andrew was thrust into a dark narrow dungeon, where, deprived of the light of the sun and of that which Preciosa's presence diffused, he felt as though he should leave it only for his grave.

  • But that cannot be, for it is not in reason that I should leave my friend and comrade in prison and in such peril.

  • The above list will hopefully provide you with a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "should leave" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this group of words.

    Some common collocations, pairs and triplets of words:
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