Examples of 'Abate' In a Sentence
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- But suddenly, with an almost magical abruptness, Julius's anger abated.
- By this time the storm was much abated.
- Although the sun was sinking the heat seemed not to abate.
- But her self-consciousness in presence of Chirac did not abate.
- She would not abate one crease in her forehead to the appeal of his surprised glance.
- And the storm had not abated, the wind had not changed, and the tide was rapidly drawing out.
- "I don't know," he said sharply, abating nothing of his fierceness.
- When the snow storm abated a moment we looked again.
- Nothing could abate his restlessness.
- I waited some time, but the confusion of his thoughts appeared in no degree to abate.
- When my disease abated, Pleyel had forborne his visits, and had lately set out upon this journey.
- These ideas tended to abate my abhorrence of this man, and to detect the absurdity of my accusations.
- It was not for his friend to abate that confidence.
- The stationer's heart begins to thump heavily, for his old apprehensions have never abated.
- It must be abated.
- But abate this intolerable nuisance, and soon.
- At last the fever abated and the boy commenced to mend.
- His wife resumed her remarks with slightly abated animation, and at a slower pace.
- As for that young man, the resentment of Mr Allworthy began more and more to abate towards him.
- The latter was not yet ended, when the sensation among the men had entirely abated.
- The poor afflicted woman wept and prayed, but the baillie would not abate aught of his severity.
- It has done nothing but rain all summer; the wind irritates me; the wind does not abate.
- Nothing could abate Mrs. March's faith in her advertisements.
- At night in the cool winds the fever abated and she slept.
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