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EN[bɔːn] [bɔɹn] [bo(ː)ɹn] [boən] [-ɔː(ɹ)n]

    Examples of borne in a Sentence

  • Examples of bear
    1. They made me work the Saturday of our wedding anniversary. What could I say? I just had to grin and bear it.
    2. Semele doth Bacchus bear / Impregned of Jove. — Dr. H. More.
    3. Thinking fast, we played possum hoping the bear wouldn't bother us.
    4. My daughter has to sleep with her teddy bear or she gets scared.
    5. In the dark, the teddy bear took on the appearance of a fearsome monster.
    6. I wackyparsed "bear hunting" as "beer hunting".
    7. —He and I / Will watch thy waking, and that very night / Shall Romeo bear thee hence to Mantua. — Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare
    8. In 1576 the derbendcis near Yalova applied to the Porte, saying that it was not possible for them to perform their duties properly, unless they were permitted to bear the tiifeng (musket), for highway robbers were armed with this weapon.
  • Examples of bore
    1. The shield bore a red cross.
    2. In my eyes it bore a livelier image of the spirit, it seemed more express and single, than the imperfect and divided countenance.
    3. The problem had grown into a full-bore crisis.
    4. He is full-bore environmental activist.
    5. Mounted on the wall was a full-bore elephant gun.
    6. The car raced full-bore into oncoming traffic.
    7. 1859, Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities, Book I, ch 4 He had a healthy colour in his cheeks, and his face, though lined, bore few traces of anxiety.
    8. The flashing light on the answering machine bore testimony to the unanswered call.
    9. He bore an uncanny resemblance to the dead sailor.
    10. By 1936, Coward’s unchic loathing of appeasement and Neville Chamberlain (“that bloody conceited old sod”) was turning him into something of a Churchill bore.
    11. In the lightness of my heart I sang catches of songs as my horse gayly bore me along the well-remembered road.
  • Examples of bare
    1. He had only been taught the bare bones of the system, but carried on regardless.
    2. Jones bare hands the bunt and throws to first ... out!
    3. In "on sale", "sale" is a bare noun.
    4. Even in the posthippie era, no Chicago territory could be claimed for bare-ass beachgoing.
    5. Bare benting times [ …] may come. — Dryden.
    6. boi will be treated as a boi at all times and will find himself the recepitent [sic] of many bare bottom spankings, private and in front of Daddies [sic] friends.
    7. Moscow’s food stores, formerly famed for bare shelves and long lines, are now kept stocked with fresh champignons and greens [ … ] .
    8. The bare name of Englishman [ …] too often gave a transient currency to the worthless and ungrateful. — W. Irving.
    9. Creaking leather and the snorting of mules, snatches of off-key ballads, the clop of hooves and the patter of bare soles, the rattle of hayforks and lances.
  • Examples of born
    1. The odd and curious is born good and pure. The society corrupts.
    2. Born on the 4th of July. ‎
    3. After all the trepidation born of Holland's toils home and away against these opponents in qualification for Euro 2012, and the pockmarked nature of the pitch, this was exposed as a mismatch from the opening exchanges.
    4. Elvis Presley was born in a two-bedroom shotgun in Tupelo, Mississippi.
    5. He was born in 1848 to a haute bourgeois family in Paris, and he grew up during the years that the medieval city was being destroyed and a modern one — more sanitary, shopper friendly and police surveyable — was being built.
    6. Thus Grom gelato was born, and in just four years, not much time in traditionbound Italy, it outstripped the business plan and earned a name as one of the best.
    7. Born in 1947, self-taught, and from ultratraditional Japanese background, Satoh writes shimmering, ecstatically minimalist music full of tremolos and delicate melodies.
    8. For example, up to 7 percent of boys are now born with undescended testicles, although this often self-corrects over time.
    9. The unjolly green giant, born from a botched gamma bomb experiment in a 1962 comic book, belongs to an elite class of superhero.
  • Examples of bears
    1. The harbour bears north by northeast.
    2. Great Falls bears north of Bozeman.
    3. Bears are flat-footed animals.
    4. The back of the coin bears an incuse coat of arms.
    5. The trunk is unbranched, often much shortened, and bears a crown of feathery or pinnate fronds.
    6. Marine scientists will plumb the Arctic Ocean and productive waters around Antarctica to see how shifts in sea ice and ocean currents affect species from clouds of shrimplike krill to whales, penguins and polar bears.
    7. She bears upcaught a mariner away. - William Cowper
    8. Whatever a man really is , he is so esteemed and named by Goethe in Faust, quite disregardless of any conventional titles or obloquys he bears.
  • Examples of borne
    1. The Hotel Carter is one of the last cheap places to stay in Times Square, a reputation borne out by its waterstained carpets, peeling walls and healthy occupancy rates.
    2. Alacke the time that ever I was borne, / To be partaker of this destinie. / Alacke the day, alacke and welladay.
    3. Surely, he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows. -Isaiah 53:4
    4. In the nineteenth century, 1811 to be exact, the jeers were unrove after the yard was slung, the weight of the yard being borne by chain slings. The jeers used then were a treble block lashed to the mast head through a hole in the center of the top
    5. No man has been at greater straits than I, and has borne more pinching poverty and hardship; but nobody can say of me that, if I had a guinea, I was not free-handed with it, and did not spend it as well as a lord could do.
    6. For blood vessel-borne metastasis, disseminated tumor cells (DTCs) intravasate into blood vessels and survive in the circulation.
    7. They are characterized by hyaline, ellipsoid, oblong, reniform, allantoid to suballantoid conidia borne on a single locus on monophialidic conidiogenous cells.
    8. If climate-change predictions that involve an increase of temperature together with reductions in precipitation are borne out, the result will be a severe reduction of suitable areas for mallines in NW Patagonia [11 ,12 ].
  • Examples of bearing
    1. That's a bearing wall.
    2. They support their argument with elaborate engravings from the Messak bearing chiroform patterns resembling the "open woman".
    3. His compositions, mostly bearing Yiddish titles and klezmerlike scales, made ingenious use of them.
    4. It seems too much like a great tree, beautiful, symmetrical, and full of leaves, but raised or desired only for fruit, yet bearing little, and some of that little not of good quality, but knurly or bitter.
    5. The Luxury model has a hood ornament bearing the tristar emblem, like other Mercedes sedans.
    6. I obtained my first view of a lunar city. It was built around a crater, and the buildings were terraced back from the rim, the terraces being generally devoted to the raising of garden truck and the principal fruit-bearing trees and shrubs.
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