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

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

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1. There’s a traitor among us.

2. Men’s vows are women’s traitors!

3. Clary turned instant traitor against her gender.

4. Our doubts are traitors and make us lose the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt.

5. Our doubts are traitors and make us lose the good we often might win, by fearing to attempt.

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6. I recognize in thieves, traitors and murderers, in the ruthless and the cunning, a deep beauty – a sunken beauty.

7. One could mention many lovable traits in Smee. For instance, after killing, it was his spectacles he wiped instead of his weapon.

8. DISC is an acronym, the theory describing personality through four claimed central traits: dominance, inducement, submission, and compliance.

9. Almost every sinful action ever committed can be traced back to a selfish motive. It is a trait we hate in other people but justify in ourselves.

10. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself.

11. Of the billionaires I have known, money just brings out the basic traits in them. If they were jerks before they had money, they are simply jerks with a billion dollars.

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12. My stories are malevolently anti-narrative, and my essays are maliciously anti-expository, but the ideology of my opposition arrived long after my antagonism had become a trait of character.

13. I might have some character traits that some might see as innocence or naive. That’s because I discovered peace and happiness in my soul. And with this knowledge, I also see the beauty of human life.

14. Unfortunately, after Sept. 11, there was an outburst in America of intense suffering and patriotism, and the Bush administration was very shrewd and effective in painting anyone who disagreed with the policies as unpatriotic or even traitorous.

15. The compulsion to do good is an innate American trait. Only North Americans seem to believe that they always should, may, and actually can choose somebody with whom to share their blessings. Ultimately this attitude leads to bombing people into the acceptance of gifts.

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