Sentences with Miles, Sentences about Miles

Sentences with Miles, Sentences about Miles

1. They exchanged smiles.

2. Alexis has run three miles.

3. The valley was ten miles wide.

4. I run four miles every morning.

5. The troops advanced twenty miles.

6. Everyone smiles in the same language.

7. Most smiles are started by another smile.

8. You could see the glow of the fire for miles.

9. The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.

10. Wrinkles should merely indicate where smiles have been.

11. The robbed that smiles, steals something from the thief.

12. Wrinkles should merely indicate where the smiles have been.

13. But my attitude about it is I have miles to go before I sleep.

14. Jessica had been walking three miles a day before she broke her leg.

15. Count your age by friends, not years. Count your life by smiles, not tears.

16. Before you put on a frown, make absolutely sure there are no smiles available.

17. Peace is a journey of a thousand miles and it must be taken one step at a time.

18. The beauty we love is very silent. It smiles softly to itself, but never speaks.

19. And then he smiles, and in all the places around the globe where it’s night, day breaks.

20. Early on the next morning we reached Kansas, about five hundred miles from the mouth of the Missouri.

21. Can miles truly separate you from friends… If you want to be with someone you love, aren’t you already there?

22. I might be in love with you.” He smiles a little. “I’m waiting until I’m sure to tell you, though. (Veronica Roth)

23. I get started at 5:30 in the morning and write till 10 A.M. Then I hike six or seven miles before going back to work.

24. One foot in front of the other, counting tiles on the floor so I don’t have to focus the blur of painted smiles, fake faces.

25. You have just dined, and however scrupulously the slaughterhouse is concealed in the graceful distance of miles, there is complicity.

26. I learned the truth at seventeen, That love was meant for beauty queens, And high school girls with clear skinned smiles, Who married young and then retired.

27. 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.

28. People close to me called me ‘Curry in a Hurry.’ I was moving through life at 100 miles an hour trying to further my career and be a great mom and make everyone happy.

29. Zoos are becoming facsimiles – or perhaps caricatures – of how animals once were in their natural habitat. If the right policies toward nature were pursued, we would need no zoos at all.

30. We remained at our encampment of this day until the morning of the 7th, when we descended ten miles lower down and encamped on a spot of ground where several thousand Indians had wintered during the past season.

31. New Orleans, more than many places I know, actually tangibly lives its culture. It’s not just a residual of life it’s a part of life. Music is at every major milestone of our life: birth, marriage, death. It’s our culture.

32. The rain, which had continued yesterday and last night, ceased this morning. We then proceeded, and after passing two small islands about ten miles further, stopped for the night at Piper’s landing, opposite another island.

33. I’ll get up in the morning while they’ve all got hangovers and run my 5 miles. But the women who do run are usually 10 years younger than me and they’re really obsessed about running. That’s all they do. They’re really boring.

34. The result was that, if it happened to clear off after a cloudy evening, I frequently arose from my bed at any hour of the night or morning and walked two miles to the observatory to make some observation included in the programme.

35. Orbiting this at a distance of roughly ninety-two million miles is an utterly insignificant little blue green planet whose ape-descended life forms are so amazingly primitive that they still think digital watches are a pretty neat idea.

36. There was shadow in bureau drawers and closets and suitcases, and shadow under houses and trees and stones, and shadow at the back of people’s eyes and smiles, and shadow, miles and miles and miles of it, on the night side of the earth.

37. Mom was 50 when my Dad died. She got on a bus every weekday for years, and rode 40 miles each morning to Madison. She earned a new degree and learned new skills to start her small business. It wasn’t just a new livelihood. It was a new life.

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