Sentences with Failed, Sentences about Failed
1. Has he failed again?
2. She failed to appear.
3. 38.I have not failed.
4. I failed the written test.
5. The peace talks failed again.
6. She failed all the exams she took.
7. My son failed to answer the letter.
8. I’m sorry, but the operation failed.
9. The boy failed the examination again.
10. My father failed, due to lack of money.
11. I failed the exam because of excitement.
12. She tried to paint the house but failed.
13. I was astonished to hear that he failed.
14. Alice seems to have failed all her exams.
15. Failed to load profile configuration data.
16. Furthermore, he also failed his math class.
17. His car has failed to start in the morning.
18. Without your assistance, I would have failed.
19. He was very unhappy because he failed the exam.
20. 77.He failed in the exam, although he studied very hard.
21. He failed in the exam, even though he studied very hard.
22. I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.
23. Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.
24. Whenever my environment had failed to support or nourish me, I had clutched at books…
25. I’ve often thought if I didn’t make my marriage work, I would have failed at my one true shot at happiness.
26. Edison failed 10,000 times before he made the electric light. Do not be discouraged if you fail a few times.
27. I love marriage. I failed at marriage, but I’d rather go into anything with gusto and fail than go into it half-assed.
28. Man masters nature not by force but by understanding. This is why science has succeeded where magic failed: because it has looked for no spell to cast over nature.
29. I went to dance classes from 9 in the morning until 1, then to school from 3 to 10 at night, always under the threat that if I failed a single course I could forget about dancing.
30. Pronounce a lover ‘perfect’ can only be a sign that we have failed to understand them. We can claim to have begun to know someone only when they have substantially disappointed us.
31. In war as in life, it is often necessary when some cherished scheme has failed, to take up the best alternative open, and if so, it is folly not to work for it with all your might.
32. At the end of a miserable day, instead of grieving my virtual nothing, I can always look at my loaded wastepaper basket and tell myself that if I failed, at least I took a few trees down with me.
33. I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.
34. Consult not your fears but your hopes and your dreams. Think not about your frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential. Concern yourself not with what you tried and failed in, but with what it is still possible for you to do.
35. I’ve always been attracted to the more revolutionary changes. I don’t know why. Because they’re harder. They’re much more stressful emotionally. And you usually go through a period where everybody tells you that you’ve completely failed.
36. I have asked myself once or twice lately what was my natural bent. I have no doubt at all: It is to look at each day for the evil of that day and have a go at it, and that is why I have never failed to have an acute interest in each morning’s letters.
37. And so, at the age of thirty, I had successively disgraced myself with three fine institutions, each of which had made me free of its full and rich resources, had trained me with skill and patience, and had shown me nothing but forbearance and charity when I failed in trust.
38. I failed the LSAT. Basically, if I had not failed, I’d have been a lawyer and there would be no Spanx. I think failure is nothing more than life’s way of nudging you that you are off course. My attitude to failure is not attached to outcome, but in not trying. It is liberating.