Sentences with Across, Across in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Across

Sentences with Across, Across in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Across


1. He got across the river.

2. I walked across the park.

3. I shouted across the lawn.

4. They live across the river.

5. I helped an old lady across.


6. Let’s cut across this field.

7. I can swim across the river.

8. You can swim across the river.

9. She lives just across from us.

10. A cloud floated across the sky.

11. George walked across the field.


12. I finally got across the river.

13. Lay the napkin across your lap.

14. Samuel shuffled across the room.

15. The riot spread across the city.

16. I am able to swim across the river.

17. They waded across a shallow stream.

18. We managed to swim across the river.

19. I attempted to swim across the river.

20. Your meaning didn’t really get across.

21. I lay on the pavement across the road.

22. The tree cast a shadow across the road.

23. Alex rode his motorcycle across Mexico.

24. Jim rode his motorcycle across America.

25. Your meaning didn’t really get across.

26. The store is just across from my house.

27. Steve swept his brush across the canvas.

28. I enjoyed the voyage across the Pacific.

29. I ran across an old friend near the bank.

30. The people were ferried across the river.

31. The spinning top skidded across the floor.

32. They run a ferry service across the river.

33. If I cut across the field, it’ll save time.

34. Alex stared at Jessica from across the room.

35. The dragonfly was skimming across the water.

36. After 10 kilometers you will come across a park.

37. My father sailed across the ocean in eight days.

38. The short, blond-haired boy lives across my house.

39. Steve rode his motorcycle across the United States.

40. When you erupt, girl, make sure it is felt across worlds.

41. We skim across the surfaces, heedless of the depths below.

42. If I’m walking on thin ice, I might as well dance my way across.

43. I have so much respect for my mom and all the women across the world.

44. The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed.

45. With the spread of Islam, mosques multiplied across the Islamic world.

46. His hand drifted down to the vee at the base of my throat, drew softly across the pulse.

47. I can’t abide people who go soft over animals and then cheat every human they come across!

48. I can’t abide people who go soft over animals and then cheat every human they come across!

49. A single conversation across the table with a wise person is worth a months study of books.

50. I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.

51. Thinking should become your capital asset, no matter whatever ups and downs you come across in your life.

52. The world is not full of assholes. But, they are strategically placed so that you’ll come across one every day.

53. The people you love weren’t algebra: to be calculated, subtracted, or held at arm’s length across a decimal point.

54. I’m writing constantly about all my crazy experiences across the world, so I have a lot of music I’ve already written.

55. Integrated marketing is a strategy for delivering a unified message across all the marketing channels your brand uses.

56. Love is a snowmobile racing across the tundra and then suddenly it flips over, pinning you underneath. At night, the ice weasels come.

57. Panel data, sometimes referred to as longitudinal data, is data that contains observations about different cross sections across time.

58. If it’s really dark, far away from lights from cities and houses, you can even see the dusty bands of the Milky Way stretch across the sky.

59. You can either look at the problems you come across as opportunities or concede to being defeated by them. Either way, the choice is yours.

60. If he had a bloody gash across his throat and a physiker was trying to sew it up, Lamora would steal the needle and thread and die laughing.

61. It is impossible to exaggerate the wide, and widening, gulf between the American attitude on the Iraq war and the view from our friends across the Atlantic.