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

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

1. He was clearly embarrassed.

2. He saw the picture clearly.

3. He could not speak clearly.

4. Clearly, the rumor is false.

5. You’re not thinking clearly.

6. Frank clearly enjoys driving.

7. She clearly does not mean it.

8. Steve clearly means business.

9. He clearly stated that point.

10. He expressed himself clearly.

11. She spoke clearly and with conviction.

12. I’m not a marriage expert, quite clearly.

13. Clearly, my stunning beauty has clouded your mind.

14. He was clearly angling for a reduction on his rent.

15. That day, instead, I saw clearly the mothers of the old neighbourhood.

16. Athletic competition clearly defines the unique power of our attitude.

17. Clearly, America has no shortage of metaphorical opportunities for the poor.

18. Love blurs your vision; but after it recedes, you can see more clearly than ever.

19. If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life would change.

20. A preoccupation with the next world clearly shows an inability to cope credibly with this one.

21. For after my marriage I had made various attempts to write fiction. They were clearly failures.

22. Be clearly aware of the stars and infinity on high. Then life seems almost enchanted after all.

23. Water is the softest thing, yet it can penetrate mountains and earth. This shows clearly the principle of softness overcoming hardness.

24. The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe about us, the less taste we shall have for destruction.

25. My attitude towards drawing is not necessarily about drawing. It’s about making the best kind of image I can make, it’s about talking as clearly as I can.

26. There’s a punk-rock attitude, clearly, to ‘Hated.’ There’s even a punk-rock attitude to ‘The Hangover,’ I think. We start the movie with a Glenn Danzig song.

27. It is clearly better that property should be private, but the use of it common and the special business of the legislator is to create in men this benevolent disposition.

28. Things that I felt absolutely sure of but a few years ago, I do not believe now. This thought makes me see more clearly how foolish it would be to expect all men to agree with me.