Sentences with Expected, Sentences about Expected

Sentences with Expected, Sentences about Expected

1. They expected her to support them.

2. The people expected a victory speech.

3. This is the opposite of what I expected.

4. If you suddenly and unexpectedly feel joy, don’t hesitate.

5. Already means that something happened earlier than we expected.

6. It is not to be expected that human nature will change in a day.

7. When Rome burned, the emperor’s cats still expected to be fed on time.

8. The best things in life are unexpected – because there were no expectations.

9. A thing long expected takes the form of the unexpected when at last it comes.

10. We meet fear. We greet the unexpected visitor and listen to what he has to tell us.

11. Also, my mom and family are very important to me and I know that this is not expected.

12. Nearly all the best things that came to me in life have been unexpected, unplanned by me.

13. Be a yardstick of quality. Some people aren’t used to an environment where excellence is expected.

14. I certainly hadn’t expected to walk away from today’s trip with joint custody of a miniature dragon.

15. Knights were expected, above all, to fight bravely and to display military professionalism and courtesy.

16. In the information society, nobody thinks. We expected to banish paper, but we actually banished thought.

17. There is frequently more to be learned from the unexpected questions of a child than the discourses of men.

18. So far I’m not surprised by anything about being a mom. It’s all pretty great – but that’s what I expected.

19. I do believe very much in the idea of unexpected or ‘convulsive’ beauty – beauty in the service of liberty.

20. Dictionaries are like watches, the worst is better than none and the best cannot be expected to go quite true.

21. Only when inspired to go beyond consciousness by some extraordinary insight does beauty manifest unexpectedly.

22. Instead, there were little daily miracles, illuminations, matches struck unexpectedly in the dark; here was one.

23. Happiness is not an unexpected jackpot nor a monolithic cluster but a forbearing casting and a daily discovery process.

24. Daddy was real gentle with kids. That’s why I expected so much out of marriage, figuring that all men should be steady and pleasant.

25. Charity, if you have the means, is a personal choice, but charity which is expected or compelled is simply a polite word for slavery.

26. And then he gives me a smile that just seems so genuinely sweet with just the right touch of shyness that unexpected warmth rushes through me.

27. Sometimes I get so immersed in my own company, if I unexpectedly run into someone I know, it’s a bit of a shock and takes me a while to adjust.

28. In chess one cannot control everything. Sometimes a game takes an unexpected turn, in which beauty begins to emerge. Both players are always instrumental in this.

29. If one advances confidently in the direction of his dream, and endeavors to live the life which he had imagines, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.

30. If one advances confidently in the direction of his dream, and endeavours to live the life which he had imagines, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.

31. I was sent to a nice Church of England girls’ school and at that time, after university, a woman was expected to become a teacher, a nurse or a missionary – prior to marriage.

32. There’s a lot of interest from the medical community on how things develop in microgravity, and the hope, later, that is expected to apply to what the changes are in humans as well.

33. I was given baby doll toys myself, and they proved a stark reminder that my life was expected to revolve around childbearing – just as my mom’s had before me, and her mom’s had before her.

34. Two things you should know about me; The first is that I am deeply suspicious of people in general. It is my nature to expect the worst of them. And the second is that I am unexpectedly good with computers.

35. We criticize mothers for closeness. We criticize fathers for distance. How many of us have expected less from our fathers and appreciated what they gave us more? How many of us always let them off the hook?

36. I came on to the film with a very happy-go-lucky attitude which I think my character, Charlie, did when she went into the house. I expected it to be good, and then slowly things started to change for us all.

37. When a daughter loses a mother, the intervals between grief responses lengthen over time, but her longing never disappears. It always hovers at the edge of her awareness, prepared to surface at any time, in any place, in the least expected ways.

38. When Demetrie got sick, we knew it was our responsibility to take care of her and pay her medical bills. And we embraced that. But the tricky part is, like so many families in the South, we also expected her to use a separate bathroom, to use separate utensils.

39. Across the country military families are facing dire financial circumstances due to longer than expected tours of duties. They are being penalized for their patriotism – no one should have to choose between doing right by their country and doing right by their families.

40. My mom and I used to listen to records, read, and take train rides across the country in the summer. It was a very chill life. She didn’t expose me to anything that was ahead of my development, but she expected me to adjust to her world – she did not expect to adjust to mine.

41. The dilemma of modern medicine, and the underlying central flaw in medical education and, most of all, in the training of interns, is the irresistible drive to do something, anything. It is expected by patients and too often agreed to by their doctors, in the face of ignorance.

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