Sentences with Half, Sentences about Half in English
1. It’s half past seven.
2. It is half past seven.
3. Well begun is half done.
4. I folded the towel in half.
5. A good rest is half the work.
6. Believing is half the success.
7. The bus goes at half past 2 pm.
8. A danger foreseen is half avoided.
9. Jessica folded the napkin in half.
10. The first blow is half the battle.
11. Samuel tore Arya’s letter in half.
12. A city that parleys is half gotten.
13. A fault confessed is half redressed.
14. A good beginning is half the battle.
15. I have breakfast at half past seven.
16. I purchased the goods for half price.
17. A goal properly set is halfway reached.
18. He that has an ill name is half hanged.
19. Believe you can and you’re halfway there.
20. Six of one and half a dozen of the other.
21. It will take a half hour set up the tent.
22. A prudent question is one half of wisdom.
23. It took us half an hour to set up the tent.
24. My sister half dragged, half carried the log.
25. Alex will land in Paris in an hour and a half.
26. The latter half of the game was very exciting.
27. Better give a shilling than lend a half-crown.
28. A good half of the art of living is resilience.
29. The latter half of the movie was very exciting.
30. I read for half an hour every day in the evening.
31. Better be ignorant of a matter than half know it.
32. Believe not all that you see nor half what you hear.
33. We are living in the latter half of the twentieth century.
34. Men should only believe half of what women say. But which half?
35. Beware of the half truth. You may have gotten hold of the wrong half.
36. He woke before dawn and watched the gray day break. Slow and half opaque.
37. You pierce my soul. I am half agony, half hope…I have loved none but you.
38. He usually thought that his day was energetic by doing sports for half an hour.
39. A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.
40. I write best in the morning, and I can only write for about half a day, that’s about it.
41. My dad’s half-Lebanese, my mom is full Lebanese. I’m three-quarters Lebanese. Irish-Lebanese.
42. I spent many a summer early morning with the radio very low, half sleeping and half listening.
43. It was love lashed by its own self that spoke. It was pride half slain that fluttered in the dust.
44. Every great mistake has a halfway moment, a split second when it can be recalled and perhaps remedied.
45. Fifty percent of all doctors graduate in the bottom half of their class – Hope your surgery went well!
46. Whatever women do, they must do twice as well as men to be half as good. Luckily, this is not difficult.
47. I do not share the half-in, half-out attitude to the EU of some in Britain. Britain’s place is in Europe.
48. I’m proud to pay taxes in the United States the only thing is, I could be just as proud for half the money.
49. I have been wounded like this since about half past eight this morning and I will tell you how it happened.
50. A healthy male adult bore consumes each year one and a half times his own weight in other people’s patience.
51. I write early in the morning, usually after reading portions of at least half a dozen newspapers on the web.
52. The first half of life is devoted to forming a healthy ego, the second half is going inward and letting go of
53. They withdrew from the game. Even though it was only the first half, they gave up because 2 players were injured.
54. If I made a list of the people I admire, Mom would probably fill up half of it. She could do anything and everything.
55. This work was strictly voluntary, but any animal who absented himself from it would have his rations reduced by half.
56. Great heroes need great sorrows and burdens, or half their greatness goes unnoticed. It is all part of the fairy tale.
57. I love marriage. I failed at marriage, but I’d rather go into anything with gusto and fail than go into it half-assed.
58. I think money is due for some sort of collapse. People are going to realize that money has a half-life, like radioactive elements.
59. There is great beauty in going through life without anxiety or fear. Half our fears are baseless, and the other half discreditable.
60. I didn’t feel like reading that night, so I went downstairs and watched a half-hour long commercial that advertised an exercise machine.
61. Half the world is composed of people who have something to say and can’t, and the other half who have nothing to say and keep on saying it.
62. I’ve looted that poor Hab for everything it could give me, and in return it’s kept me alive for a year and a half. It’s like the Giving Tree.
63. I have long since come to believe that people never mean half of what they say, and that it is best to disregard their talk and judge only their actions.
64. If we know that our own men are in a condition to attack, but are unaware that the enemy is not open to attack, we have gone only halfway towards victory.
65. The 6th of August in the morning we saw an opening in the land and we ran into it, and anchored in 7 and a half fathom water, 2 miles from the shore, clean sand.
66. We also maintain – again with perfect truth – that mystery is more than half of beauty, the element of strangeness that stirs the senses through the imagination.
67. I half knew what to expect when I saw the cricket ground in the morning. It was when I started to talk to people working out there, I began to find what I was looking for.
68. I work out twice a day, once in the morning and once before bed. I’ll start with half an hour of running and then some yoga to stretch everything out so everything is warm.
69. There is something wrong with our culture when the view that marriage is between one man and one woman, a view shared by half the nation, is portrayed as evidence of hatred.
70. Although the war in which you fought took place more than half-a-century ago, your courage, your sacrifice and your patriotism reaches through the decades and inspires us today.
71. There is little doubt that we are in the midst of a revolution of a much more profound and fundamental nature than the social and political revolutions of the last half century.
72. An agent saw one of the plays I did at ACT, but my mom was like, No, she’s too young. I became so annoying that a year and a half later she just couldn’t stand hearing me any more!
73. The fact is, I am in my third marriage and I do not believe in divorce. But I was half the problem, I guarantee you. More than half the problem. I couldn’t negotiate with the other women.
74. Plot, rules, nor even poetry, are not half so great beauties in tragedy or comedy as a just imitation of nature, of character, of the passions and their operations in diversified situations.
75. My poor vision gives me a soft-focus morning. For the first half hour, I kind of wander through my house, and everything is a blur. I put my contacts in when I’m ready to deal with the world.
76. I’m going to try to enjoy the All-Star break, hope my players reflect on what happened the first half of the season, come back with a different attitude, try to find our solution on how to win it.
77. Rarely do we find men who willingly engage in hard, solid thinking. There is an almost universal quest for easy answers and half-baked solutions. Nothing pains some people more than having to think.
78. It’s good that the first half of the speech emphasized freedom, because George W. Bush has been the global champion for freedom. As he said, if we don’t fight tyranny it will not leave us alone in peace.
79. I just had that conversation this morning with my doctor. I just got back from the hospital a half-hour ago, and nothing will make me happier than to replicate the DNA of my amazing husband. I’m optimistic.
80. I met my boyfriend, a pro poker player, at a tournament. He tried to dissuade me because it’s a seedy gritty world. Listen, I’ve played till 4 in the morning. I’ve played with a half million dollars on the table.
81. In my day, at 12 years old, which was 38 years ago, we worked out in summer months for two and a half hours. Today someone in that age group might work out for four hours, two hours in the morning and two at night.
82. When I was growing up in New Jersey, my mom would regularly take my sister and I into the city to see shows. I have many fond memories of standing in the half-price ticket line in Times Square and going to matinees.
83. Corporate governance is a huge issue too. We don’t have women on these corporate boards. More than half of the students in law school are women, more than half of the women, I think, in medical school now are women.
84. Liberal that I am, I support health-care reform on its merits alone. My liberal blood boils, for example, when I read that half of the personal bankruptcies in this country are brought on, in part, by medical expenses.
85. My first big job was an Abercrombie &Fitch campaign. But my mom wouldn’t let me skip school for it, so I missed half of the shoot. When we got there, we realized Bruce Weber was the photographer we knew we had made a mistake!
86. The real estate agent had to go door-to-door in the apartment building we wanted to rent, asking if it was OK for this interracial family – my mom is white and I was a 1-year-old half-African kid – to live in the apartment building.
87. I didn’t really get into golf until I was about 14. My mom and dad were taking lessons from a pro an hour and a half from our farm in Cohuna, Australia. When they got home, I’d ask my mom to explain everything they learned – drills and all.
88. Many women cut back what had to be done at home by redefining what the house, the marriage and, sometimes, what the child needs. One woman described a fairly common pattern: I do my half. I do half of his half, and the rest doesn’t get done.
89. I was half asleep lying there writing this lyric in my head at about 3:30 in the morning. I woke Steve up with this idea and then we went into the living room where there was a little upright piano and finished the song. I wonder where that piano is now?
90. People used to say my son looked like a Mexican Biggie. And when he was first born, memories of Biggie… you know, we didn’t always have the greatest days. For at least half the length of our marriage we were separated, so everyday was definitely not a good day.
91. I pity the young woman who will attempt to insinuate herself between my mama’s boy and me. I sympathize with the monumental nature of her task. It will take a crowbar, two bulldozers and half a dozen Molotov cocktails to pry my Oedipus and me loose from one another.
92. My wife comes with me on all the movies, but she is not an appendage to a film star or anything like that. She is a completely intertwined partner. She is the other half of me. Also, we’re still very much in love with each other. We always have been, we always will be.
93. My mom used to make everything. She had a great garden and composted and made everything from scratch – peanut butter, bread, jelly, everything. I don’t know how she did it because all those things take time and love and labour. I only do half the stuff she does – but there’s still time.
94. We simply can no longer afford to deny the full potential of one half of the population. The world needs to tap into the talent and wisdom of women. Whether the issue is food security, economic recovery, health, or peace and security, the participation of women is needed now more than ever.