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tell Sentence Examples

  • Did I ever tell you that you're the most handsome man I've ever seen?

  • "Tell me, Carmen," Mary said as she dried a dish.

  • Did you tell him how it makes you feel?

  • It was one thing to tell herself everything was resolved, but quite another to thoroughly accept something she had always considered wrong.

  • Do you want to tell me about it?

  • There isn't much to tell.

  • I just thought it would be fun for the man to tell the wife this for once.

  • He thought it would be fun for the man to tell the woman.

  • "Well, you did tell him you would come down," she said.

  • You'd better go wash up and tell your Dad supper is ready.

  • Tell us about your... clinic.

  • There's nothing much to tell.

  • There was no reason Alex shouldn't tell his father.

  • If she was invited, it was as a guest of Alex, so he would tell her when and if he decided to go.

  • Oh, I was supposed to tell you about a party.

  • Don't tell me he's never mentioned me.

  • He danced with you that often and didn't tell you his name?

  • Are you going to tell me who he is?

  • You did not tell him?

  • You will not tell him?

  • If I didn't want to do what he said I'd tell him so - and he would listen to my reasons.

  • Why didn't you tell me Dulce was giving you a hard time?

  • It was simply that he didn't want to tell her - which amounted to the same thing.

  • Surely it didn't take that long to tell him she felt abandoned.

  • So tell us, how is your life in Arkansas?

  • So tell me, are you enjoying this vacation?

  • How would you feel if I was fighting with my brother and wouldn't tell you what we were fighting about?

  • I do not tell him.

  • "No wonder you didn't want to tell me why you had to go," she accused in a cold tone.

  • You would have had to tell me about an entire family you'd been hiding.

  • He didn't tell her about the money because it would lead to questions - both about the money and the fact that he had been hiding it from her.

  • She might as well tell the entire thing.

  • I'm not all that secretive, but you were the one who kept telling me that if he wanted you to know, he'd tell you.

  • She had shut Katie off many times when she had tried to tell her things.

  • On the other hand, Katie had flatly refused to provide some information because she said Alex wouldn't want her to tell.

  • He's a lot like his father - in a LOT of ways, but don't tell him that.

  • She wanted to tell him how much she missed him - how much she wished he was there, but he might jump in the truck and travel dangerous highways.

  • I didn't want to tell you this on the phone.

  • Katie said she should confront him when he did that - tell him how it made her feel.

  • I don't know what's been bothering you lately, but if I've done something, I wish you would tell me.

  • He doesn't tell you anything, does he?

  • I mean - does he tell you what to cook for supper and what to wear?

  • But then, if Tessa didn't marry him, why didn't Dulce tell him about the baby?

  • That's why I didn't tell you.

  • Just because it upsets me doesn't mean I don't want to know - or that you shouldn't tell me.

  • I don't know why she didn't ask for it before - or why she didn't tell me about the baby.

  • Why would he need to lie when he could simply tell her that it didn't concern her?

  • She wanted me to tell him - and you.

  • I can imagine why she wanted you to tell me.

  • I was going to tell you - as soon as I had a handle on it.

  • I didn't know what to tell you until then.

  • I have let her do this, but now I tell her she must be respectful.

  • I tell her she must go.

  • The idea of talking to her again was unsettling enough, but to tell her something like this?

  • "Tell me it's not true," she heard her emotionless voice saying to no one in particular.

  • She could drive, if someone would simply tell her where they were.

  • At least tell Len where you're going, or Howard.

  • Why did you tell Howard about the books?

  • I didn't tell Howard or anyone else anything about you.

  • It might be a good idea to tell Len or Howard about it.

  • Why didn't you tell me?

  • You didn't tell me he was gorgeous!

  • She would have bet her eyeteeth that Connie wouldn't tell Allen where she was.

  • Gramma doesn't want I tell.

  • It was difficult to believe that Connie would tell Allen, knowing his weakness for alcohol, but how else would he have known?

  • It was hard to tell, but there were no trees ahead, so it must be the clearing.

  • Didn't I tell you it was dangerous to be alone?

  • You actually sought out my company - or did you have something earth-shattering to tell me?

  • If they could talk, what tales these hills could tell.

  • Tell me the truth now, aren't you enjoying the ride?

  • I'll tell you on the way.

  • She hesitated a moment, wanting to tell him, but thinking she would be betraying Yancey if she did so.

  • If Howard had not been able to find anything on Yancey, it was probably because there was nothing to tell.

  • Did Connie tell Allen where to find me?

  • If Connie didn't tell Allen where to find her, who did?

  • Most people will tell you anything you want to know.

  • No, I didn't tell Allen where you were.

  • It would be best to contact Connie tomorrow and tell her not to send mail.

  • You didn't tell us it was her birthday.

  • I guess if he thought it was any of my business, he'd tell me.

  • I'll tell Howard to get everything together and you can drop by to pick it up next week.

  • You better not tell either of them just yet.

  • Three men talking to each other on a sidewalk certainly wasn't enough to tell the police – except Len.

  • Did he actually tell his mother to get the cake, or had she decided on her own?

  • Do you tell all your boyfriends you love them?

  • Oh sure, and if I started taking my clothes off, you'd tell me to stop, right?

  • You never pay any attention to anything I tell you to do, so what would be the point?

  • And don't tell me you aren't playing house with him.

  • And if I did, I wouldn't tell the likes of you.

  • I didn't tell you to send Allen.

  • Everyone had tried to tell her, but she wouldn't listen.

  • Tell me how it happened.

  • Len was the only one left she could trust, and she couldn't tell him anything without implicating Yancey.

  • Tell me, Yancey, her voice broke with emotion.

  • Howard said the police wouldn't tell him anything about you.

  • I can tell by the way he looks at you.

  • Yeah, and you're the only one he shares them with - and you won't tell.

  • I can't imagine why he didn't tell us his friend was a pretty girl.

  • She couldn't see his facial expression in the dark, so it was hard to tell if he was teasing her or not.

  • Was she merely a female to hold for the evening - or was this what he had been trying to tell her for so long?

  • That's what I've been wanting to tell you.

  • What do you think I've been going through lately... wanting to tell you, wanting to hold you in my arms - not knowing if you felt the way I did.

  • Only time would tell.

  • I'm beginning to wonder if you're too polite to tell me to shove off.

  • It was hard to tell.

  • And now you're trying to tell me that I don't fit into them either.

  • You let your mother tell me.

  • The way she had it figured, the hospital in Bartlesville would tell her there were no openings.

  • I want you to tell me the truth.

  • I'll find out, anyway, but you could save us both some time if you tell me now.

  • Tell me the truth.

  • "Hard to tell," Bordeaux mused, still watching the retreating troop.

  • From this angle, it's hard to tell you from the mules.

  • Now that they were all together, it would be a good time to tell them.

  • I don't know how to tell you without just blurting it out.

  • Why didn't you tell me that the first day?

  • And don't tell me nothing else occurred to you.

  • I was going to tell you when we got to Ashley.

  • "Well, let's just say he was willing to tell me what lay in store for me," she answered flippantly.

  • How could she tell him without being insulting?

  • It's hard to tell exactly what happened, because the storm covered any tracks.

  • He didn't have to tell her twice.

  • I could tell it was shod.

  • Apparently he wasn't going to tell her he had killed the Indian to get his horse back.

  • She wanted to tell him how much he was like her father.

  • He did tell the girl he had a ranch in Texas.

  • She would tell him what she thought of him and demand that he let the twins go with her.

  • For a moment she was tempted to tell Darcie.

  • He didn't tell you?

  • I thought... of all people, he'd tell you his plans.

  • Did you tell him how you feel?

  • Why didn't you tell me instead of trying to trick me?

  • Obviously. Now tell me why.

  • Cassie, your father should be the one to tell you this, but since you're not likely to give him the chance, I'll tell you.

  • Why didn't you tell me everything from the beginning?

  • It was hard to tell whether the sarcasm had gone over his head or he simply wasn't amused.

  • Are you trying to tell me he hasn't even noticed all that?

  • Did you call me to get my opinion or to tell me you're going to take the job?

  • I can tell by the color in your cheeks.

  • Was he trying to tell her she was acting like a fool?

  • So, can you still tell me you're not romantically interested in him?

  • I'll tell you about it later.

  • It was hard to tell whether he was trying to impress his sister or shock her.

  • It was in her mind to tell Claudette to take a long walk off a short pier, but a cool voice interrupted them at that moment.

  • Why didn't you tell me you were sick?

  • How many times do I have to tell you?

  • Tell him to let her up.

  • The best thing to do was to calmly tell him she would rather not go.

  • From now on she would tell him to keep his hands to himself.

  • Could a man tell when he was her first?

  • You tried to tell me, but I was too arrogant to believe it could happen to me.

  • He doesn't know - and I'm not going to tell him.

  • But don't you think you should tell Russ?

  • If you'd just tell him about the baby...

  • If you wanted to marry me, why did you tell me you only wanted to spend a few nights with me?

  • I wanted you to tell me that wasn't your sole reason for wanting to get married.

  • I thought maybe that was what you were trying to tell me that day at the hay field.

  • But tell me something.

  • I could tell you saw the ranch the same way I did.

  • "Oh, I forgot to tell you," he said.

  • "You didn't tell me," Betsy said, hands on her hips, and out of ear shot of the others.

  • I've got to tell you, Ben.

  • The children are so innocent they will believe anything I tell them.

  • Next, you'll tell me you've forgotten how to do dishes too.

  • I could tell you stories!

  • Tell him how sorry I am, and tell him you weren't hurting me.

  • Would you tell anyone?

  • I was using the bathroom after Betsy and heard her tell Martha she'd slept like winter bear.

  • I didn't consider who to tell.

  • I could tell Quinn wanted to change the subject.

  • I can tell you already; you won't.

  • You're the person who suggested this; tell me what to do.

  • I could tell Betsy felt embarrassed by her enthusiasm.

  • Howie continued, as animated as a kindergartener at show and tell.

  • I could easily tell from his breathing patterns sleep was illusive.

  • I have to tell you, it was really weird.

  • Martha handed her the phone and I could tell by the look that quickly appeared on her face, it was not good news.

  • Tell me you didn't sleep with him!

  • To tell the truth, I did it because I was pissed off at him over my losing Annie.

  • Please tell me Quinn doesn't know.

  • Tell me you'll come down Friday!

  • Even if Brockville proved to be all he described, what would that tell us?

  • Recognizing the town would be a step in the right direction but it wouldn't tell you the scene you saw actually happened, back in 1932.

  • He added nervously, "Tell me you haven't told anyone!"

  • I'll tell you what's going on; he read about this place in a book, maybe a long time ago, and now he's dreaming about it.

  • "Tell us where you were," Betsy begged, hardly able to contain herself as she turned on her tape recorder.

  • Howie thought he recognized the Chicago skyline in the distance but it was too far away to tell.

  • "Tell us what you want us to do," Betsy said.

  • Tell them what you can do.

  • Just don't tell us how you do it.

  • Am I going to tell the world Lizzie Borden really did it?

  • I know I'm pigheaded but I can't tell you how much I appreciate how you all embrace this with only my word.

  • Tell me you won't spy on our past!

  • He insisted I tell him where I was setting my units so he always knew approximately where he was going.

  • Just tell us what to do.

  • Howie continued to tell all of us exactly what we did, relating our deeds and writings with absolute perfection.

  • "We have to tell them," he said, pointing to the tape recorder Betsy had retrieved from the basement.

  • "We have to tell them," I said.

  • Howie offered little and without seeing his facial reaction, I couldn't tell how he stood.

  • I should have played dumb but instead I remained silent, a sure tell as the poker players say.

  • I'll tell you; it's been years and millions of bucks.

  • Look, tell me what to do.

  • I may have to tell somebody something.

  • Tell Brennan he has carte blanch to give us everything within reason we might need.

  • Did you tell him about us?

  • Who should I tell him called?

  • Don't tell him I said so but you have to stop working him so hard.

  • Oh, and tell him I swear not to look at what other girl's he's been calling... cross my heart, like fun!

  • You're going to tell us Howie isn't a virgin anymore, aren't you?

  • We can always tell each other later if it's to our advantage to do so, but we can't just 'forget' once we know it.

  • The way you tell it, it sounds nearly impossible for us to catch him if he learns everything we can and might do.

  • I'd tell her real story, as much as she'd allow, while still maintaining her absolute privacy.

  • The voice is scrambled but you can tell the sex.

  • I won't, if you mind daddy and tell me the truth.

  • Now tell me where the calls come from.

  • Just tell me everything you know.

  • I can tell you're a smart girl, Brenda.

  • Tell me what makes their calls different from other tips.

  • If I tell you, will you let me go?

  • If you tell me every little thing you know or even suspect, I'll just drive away and let you walk down the lane to one of those farm houses we passed.

  • Please tell me, Brenda.

  • Ben, tell me what to do!

  • Howie, I can't tell you what to do; only give you advice and try to look at the options logically.

  • I tell her everything, except the biggest thing in my life.

  • I'll never tell her that.

  • I tell Julie the nightmares must be from my past; ghosts trying to get out.

  • I don't mean to pry, Howie, but can you tell me why she's estranged from her family and what are the complications she mentions?

  • I was going to tell you about Molly.

  • I could tell from Brennan's voice he was agitated.

  • "If a voice cries out in pain in the night," I tell them, "it's only that the love of my life needs her medication readjusted.

  • I'll tell you; it's horrible!

  • I don't mean to tell you anything.

  • What could I tell him?

  • "Tell me anything you can," she said.

  • On the record, tell the public this; you've been led to believe the psychic tipster is a woman of an age able to collect social security.

  • I'll tell you if it's on or off the record.

  • While not as thin as her mother, you could tell she would inherit her mother's height.

  • Please; tell me what happened!

  • Could you tell how badly he was hurt?

  • "Tell me why you called?" he asked instead of answering.

  • I don't know what to tell you.

  • We could tell by his reaction the news wasn't good.

  • She soft-peddled her answers, knowing to tell the truth would only upset him further.

  • Please. Let me tell you my way.

  • Tell me what's troubling you.

  • Please don't tell her!

  • But don't tell him!

  • Okay, tell me Julie.

  • Then tell me, Julie; what was it like?

  • "Just tell me what to do," she begged.

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