"Dad," Jonathan said, "When we get the new baby, where will we put him when we ride in the car?"
He put a spoon in her hand.
You're the person he wanted to put in the house.
Alex put a hand on her shoulder.
She started to put the pillow down and caught the movement in the mirror from the corner of her eye.
Connie rinsed her mouth and put her toothbrush up before she responded.
If you put me in jail again, when I get out there won't be a safe place for you.
He had done enough for her, especially considering the fact that her carelessness had put him in mortal danger.
Be sure to put aside a thin piece of wood to specifically stir paint with.
I want you to put money into this little box during Lent.
She put on her red dress.
The ad should put more emphasis on the contest.
The dog was put to sleep.
He put the harness together again and hitched Jim to the buggy.
"Probably the Gargoyles are still busy trying to put out the fire," returned the Wizard.
He put the piglets safely away in his pocket again and then he and Zeb got into the buggy and sat expectantly upon the seat.
Afterward the Gump was taken apart and I was put back on this wall; but I can still talk when I feel in the mood, which is not often.
"Do you mean my kitten must be put in a grave?" asked Dorothy.
Put three in each shoe.
"He seems to have had a hard time of it," said another; "I wonder where he'll put up for the night."
The only place I could put you would be in the barn.
I am going to put you in the academy there.
The market man wrapped a paper round it and put it in the basket.
The amount of data stored is so vast that even if we put a number on it, it would be beyond our comprehension.
Let us put the bar there.
(Of course, some people will do so for novelty's sake in the same spirit as those who like to put sweaters on their dogs.)
If I had to put a number on it, I would say ten thousandfold.
Put another way: If you make $40,000 a year today, the purchasing power of your salary will go to $40,000,000 a year.
One day, while I was playing with my new doll, Miss Sullivan put my big rag doll into my lap also, spelled "d-o-l-l" and tried to make me understand that "d-o-l-l" applied to both.
I had a frame in which I could arrange the words in little sentences; but before I ever put sentences in the frame I used to make them in objects.
At first I did not realize what had happened; but when I put my hand in the cage and Tim's pretty wings did not meet my touch or his small pointed claws take hold of my finger, I knew that I should never see my sweet little singer again.
I would not leave Miss Sullivan in peace until she had put the crab in a trough near the well where I was confident he would be secure.
Far in advance of his time he advocated many public measures for the relief of the poor and the diseased, for which he was laughed at then, but which have since been put into practice.
Like shipwrecked sailors, they put on what they can find on the beach, and at a little distance, whether of space or time, laugh at each other's masquerade.
Neither did I put any sal-soda, or other acid or alkali, into my bread.
I walked over each farmer's premises, tasted his wild apples, discoursed on husbandry with him, took his farm at his price, at any price, mortgaging it to him in my mind; even put a higher price on it--took everything but a deed of it--took his word for his deed, for I dearly love to talk--cultivated it, and him too to some extent, I trust, and withdrew when I had enjoyed it long enough, leaving him to carry it on.
The real attractions of the Hollowell farm, to me, were: its complete retirement, being, about two miles from the village, half a mile from the nearest neighbor, and separated from the highway by a broad field; its bounding on the river, which the owner said protected it by its fogs from frosts in the spring, though that was nothing to me; the gray color and ruinous state of the house and barn, and the dilapidated fences, which put such an interval between me and the last occupant; the hollow and lichen-covered apple trees, gnawed by rabbits, showing what kind of neighbors I should have; but above all, the recollection I had of it from my earliest voyages up the river, when the house was concealed behind a dense grove of red maples, through which I heard the house-dog bark.
I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life, to live so sturdily and Spartan-like as to put to rout all that was not life, to cut a broad swath and shave close, to drive life into a corner, and reduce it to its lowest terms, and, if it proved to be mean, why then to get the whole and genuine meanness of it, and publish its meanness to the world; or if it were sublime, to know it by experience, and be able to give a true account of it in my next excursion.
Prince Hippolyte hurriedly put on his cloak, which in the latest fashion reached to his very heels, and, stumbling in it, ran out into the porch following the princess, whom a footman was helping into the carriage.
Mamma's health... and Countess Apraksina... and then, again rustling, pass into the anteroom, put on cloaks or mantles, and drive away.
Those three got hold of a bear somewhere, put it in a carriage, and set off with it to visit some actresses!
I can't think why his nieces put it off.
He could remain silent for hours without being at all put out of countenance himself or making others uncomfortable, but as soon as the conversation concerned himself he would begin to talk circumstantially and with evident satisfaction.