Sentences with Sort, Sentences about Sort in English

Sentences with Sort, Sentences about Sort in English

1. It takes all sorts to make a world.

2. My whole life sort of ended when my mom died.

3. What sort of nation might you want to live in?

4. I never sort of thought of myself as a comedy writer, by nature.

5. I wasn’t actually in love, but I felt a sort of tender curiosity.

6. I wasn’t actually in love, but I felt a sort of tender curiosity.

7. Today is the sort of day where the sun only comes up to humiliate you.

8. I feel thin, sort of stretched, like butter scraped over too much bread.

9. Music, once admitted to the soul, becomes a sort of spirit, and never dies.

10. The Peace Corps is a sort of Howard Johnson’s on the main drag into maturity.

11. What I say is that, if a man really likes potatoes, he must be a pretty decent sort of fellow.

12. As he passed me, he leaned to Curran and handed him a paper fan folded from some sort of flyer.

13. What sort of sap doesn’t know by now that picture-perfect beauty is all done with smoke and mirrors anyway?

14. Home life’s great, man. The kids are great, happy and healthy. I’ve reached this sort of wonderful precipice.

15. Before I settled on music, I wanted to be an archaeologist, an astronaut, all sorts of really diverse things.

16. If you woke up each morning, and immediately dwelt on your ills, what sort of a day could you look forward to?

17. Woman is the dominant sex. Men have to do all sorts of stuff to prove that they are worthy of woman’s attention.

18. My mom is a very warm, typical sort of Jewish-mother type. And my dad has a somewhat, um, different personality.

19. Design is about point of view, and there should be some sort of woman or lifestyle or attitude in one’s head as a designer.

20. I hope that in some way that I can be some sort of beacon of hope, especially because I am not the typical Hollywood beauty.

21. I think money is due for some sort of collapse. People are going to realize that money has a half-life, like radioactive elements.

22. All ideas come about through some sort of observation. It sparks an attitude some object or emotion causes a reaction in the other person.

23. And those who only know the non-platonic love have no need to talk of tragedy. In such love there can be no sort of tragedy. (Leo Tolstoy)

24. All sorts of computer errors are now turning up. You’d be surprised to know the number of doctors who claim they are treating pregnant men.

25. Although a soldier by profession, I have never felt any sort of fondness for war, and I have never advocated it, except as a means of peace.

26. The grin on his face wasn’t the affable, friendly sort; instead, it was the sociopathic rictus of the irretrievably, bug-fuckeringly insane.

27. We’ll sort of get over the marriage first and then maybe look at the kids. But obviously we want a family so we’ll have to start thinking about that.

28. For me it’s also – the music is equally as important. I mean I think as somebody who writes music, there just has to sort of be the marriage between both.

29. It’s sort of a mental attitude about critical thinking and curiosity. It’s about mindset of looking at the world in a playful and curious and creative way.

30. I got tackled once in a movie theater. I was with my mom and brother, and then suddenly I got hit from behind and sort of sprawled out on the candy counter.

31. The American attitude is ‘We’re the best’. That’s why the NBA guys who come from other countries, the Europeans, all sort of stick together away from the game.

32. Mammograms are really sort of a gift. You can either catch something early or count your lucky stars because nothing was discovered. Either way, you’re ahead of the game.

33. This is a war universe. War all the time. That is its nature. There may be other universes based on all sorts of other principles, but ours seems to be based on war and games.

34. The sort of thinking at the time was, ‘Well, we’re giving you access to medical care which you wouldn’t otherwise be able to get, so your payment is that we get to use you in research.’

35. A great attitude does much more than turn on the lights in our worlds it seems to magically connect us to all sorts of serendipitous opportunities that were somehow absent before the change.

36. I’ve noticed a lot of younger artists have less fear of doing different sorts of things, whether it’s various types of music, or gallery artists moving between video and sculpture and drawing.

37. There was an awful suspicion in my mind that I’d finally gone over the hump, and the worst thing about it was that I didn’t feel tragic at all, but only weary, and sort of comfortably detached.

38. I used to be prettier than I am, but I think I look better now. I was a pretty boy. Particularly in my early movies. I don’t like looking at them so much. There’s a sort of pretty thing about me.

39. Jews have had to carry around their own sense of self in a carpet bag and I think perhaps too much emphasis might be being put on nationality and on the other hand patriotism, that sort of thing.

40. There is something mean in human nature that prefers to think evil, that gives a willing ear and a ready welcome to calumny, a sort of jealousy of goodness and greatness and things of good report.

41. The question is the morning after. What sort of Iraq do we wake up to after the bombing? What happens in the region? What impact could it have? These are questions leaders I have spoken to have posed.

42. The size of your accomplishments, the quality of your achievement, will depend very largely on how big a man you see in yourself, what sort of image you get of your possible self, yourself at your best.

43. I was lucky enough to grow up in a home where I woke up Christmas morning and had toys. I know that’s not the case with all people and I don’t think kids should go without experiencing that sort of joy.

44. I think the Mother is gradually revealing itself to me and taking over. But it is not the Mother alone. It is the Mother and the Father, the male and the female, sort of gradually having their marriage.

45. It is curious how, from time immemorial, man seems to have associated the idea of evil with beauty, shrunk from it with a sort of ghostly fear, while, at the same time drawn to it by force of its hypnotic attraction.

46. I know I’m guilty of and I think a lot of people are guilty of sort of getting starry-eyed with love and sort of looking over the bad things and keep going and you don’t really prepare for how much work marriage really is.

47. It is a curious sensation: the sort of pain that goes mercifully beyond our powers of feeling. When your heart is broken, your boats are burned: nothing matters any more. It is the end of happiness and the beginning of peace.

48. Writing and singing does give me some kind of release from the demons of my past, it is a therapy of sorts, but to be honest, my marriage played a more important role in the acceptance of myself than performance has ever done.

49. Loki in ‘Thor’ is the most incredible springboard into a sort of excavation of the darker aspects of human nature. So that was thrilling, coming back knowing that I’d built the boat and now I could set sail into choppier waters.

50. More and more couples are having this negotiation or discussion, but I’m still amazed at the number who aren’t and where the cultural norm sort of kicks in and they just assume that mom’s got to be the one who stays home, not dad.

51. I have three kids who like Harry Potter so I was sort of aware of it. You can’t really move from it: it’s on buses, in stores, it’s everywhere. One of my kids has read the books the other two are too small but they like the movies.

52. I used to say, ‘Man, I think I’d be a really good dad. I’ll be a great provider. I’m funny I’ll go on trips with them – I’ll do all sorts of stuff.’ But the momming? I’m not made for that. I have a really good mom I know what she put into it.

53. The hours I spend with you I look upon as sort of a perfumed garden, a dim twilight, and a fountain singing to it. You and you alone make me feel that I am alive. Other men it is said have seen angels, but I have seen thee and thou art enough.

54. I’ve become sort of an accidental advocate for attachment parenting, which is a style of parenting that… basically, the way mammals parent and the way people have parented for pretty much all of human history except the last 200 years or so.

55. My parents and grandparents have always been engaged in teaching or the medical profession or the priesthood, so I’ve sort of grown up with a sense of complicity in the lives of other people, so there’s no virtue in that it’s the way one is raised.

56. Beauty is about perception, not about make-up. I think the beginning of all beauty is knowing and liking oneself. You can’t put on make-up, or dress yourself, or do you hair with any sort of fun or joy if you’re doing it from a position of correction.

57. Whether it’s a 16-year old girl, or a mom, or a guy, or anybody, as long as they come up and they’re excited to meet me ’cause they’ve had some sort of relationship with something I’ve created, it’s the coolest thing ever. It never gets old. It’s awesome.

58. On the one hand, the idea of marriage and the sort of traditional family life repulses me. But on the other hand, I long for it, you know what I mean? I’m constantly in conflict with things. And it is because of my past and my upbringing and the journey that I’ve been on.

59. I met my grandfather just before he died, and it was the first time that I had seen Dad with a relative of his. It was interesting to see my own father as a son and the body language and alteration in attitude that comes with that, and it sort of changed our relationship for the better.

60. I started writing morning pages just to keep my hand in, you know, just because I was a writer and I didn’t know what else to do but write. And then one day as I was writing, a character came sort of strolling in and I realized, Oh my God, I don’t have to be just a screenwriter. I can write novels.

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