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

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


1. This is a decent town.

2. The townspeople cheered.

3. Steve lives in a port town.

4. The whole town has cable TV.

5. Is there a museum in this town?


6. The town is accessible by rail.

7. He came from a tiny mountain town.

8. The town was humming with activity.

9. The storm destroyed the whole town.

10. The whole town knew she was innocent.

11. The boy was wandering about the town.


12. Towns sprang up all along the railroad.

13. This town has undergone a rapid change.

14. The town was deserted by its inhabitants.

15. One town has excellent sports facilities.

16. That fire burned the entire town to ashes.

17. Bulldozers will knock down that shantytown.

18. My father was born in a small town in Spain.

19. Steve announced he’s coming to town tomorrow.

20. The town where I was born is on the west coast.

21. Rodger is not moving anywhere outside the town.

22. I own 30 acres of land about 3 miles out of town.

23. Bradford is arguably the ugliest town in Britain.

24. This store has the best selection of hats in town.

25. After they pass the town, they must turn to the left.

26. After dinner, they took a spin around town in my car.

27. We have this morning dropped anchor, just off Williamstown.

28. My databases show no record of this Crazytown of which you speak.

29. 11.If they were out of town next week, your parent would/ could visit them.

30. Tomas fell ill suddenly and therefore his family gave up on going out of town.

31. Our attitude is that we want to cross over. You can’t go on making records just for your own hometown.

32. Back then there were only four other restaurants in our tiny town that could accommodate that many people.

33. I’m astounded by people who want to ‘know’ the universe when it’s hard enough to find your way around Chinatown.

34. Downtown. Lights on buildings and everything that makes you wonder. And in that moment, I swear we were infinite.

35. Sam screamed the fun scream, and there it was. Downtown lights on buildings and everything that makes you wonder.

36. I saw a banner hanging next to city hall in downtown Philadelphia that read, “Kill them all, and let God sort them out.”