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

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

1. There is certainly no absolute standard of beauty. That precisely is what makes its pursuit so interesting.

2. Small jerks began to appear in my legs, my walk became unsteady precisely because I wanted it to be smooth.”

3. You can define a free person precisely as someone whose fate is not centrally or directly dependent on peer assessment.

4. No one can construct for you the bridge upon which precisely you must cross the stream of life, no one but you yourself alone.

5. Whatever relationships you have attracted in your life at this moment, are precisely the ones you need in your life at this moment.

6. These primitive types are in general precisely those supported by computer hardware, except possibly for varying integer sizes or hardware that is missing floating point.

7. I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is: I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.

8. It is precisely the purpose of the public opinion generated by the press to make the public incapable of judging, to insinuate into it the attitude of someone irresponsible, uninformed.

9. The diversity of the phenomena of nature is so great, and the treasures hidden in the heavens so rich, precisely in order that the human mind shall never be lacking in fresh nourishment.

10. A new father quickly learns that his child invariably comes to the bathroom at precisely the times when he’s in there, as if he needed company. The only way for this father to be certain of bathroom privacy is to shave at the gas station.

11. My impression is that most women public service workers have a long fuse. Precisely because they care so deeply about services, more than anyone, they still want to find a sensible and fair negotiated agreement. But their patience has run out.

12. Our scientific age demands that we provide definitions, measurements, and statistics in order to be taken seriously. Yet most of the important things in life cannot be precisely defined or measured. Can we define or measure love, beauty, friendship, or decency, for example?