English example sentences with "stones"

Learn how to use stones in a English sentence. Over 100 hand-picked examples.

Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones.

People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.

I told him not to throw stones.

A boy was throwing stones at the dog.

The boy passed the time by flinging stones into the lake.

Stones collected from all over the world are used.

Don't throw stones.

Watch out for big and small stones on the road!

They marked off the land for their house with rows of stones.

They went on putting aside fallen stones.

She picked up beautiful stones.

The wall was made of rough stones.

I have a passion for stones.

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me.

Tobacco, divine, rare, superexcellent tobacco, which goes far beyond all the panaceas, potable gold, and philosopher's stones, a sovereign remedy to all diseases...but as it is commonly abused by most men, which take it as tinkers do ale, 'tis a plague, a mischief, a violent purger of goods, lands, health, hellish, devilish and damned tobacco, the ruin and overthrow of body and soul.

I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.

Stones don't swim.

If plants and stones are in the water then this will happen: the plants float and the rocks sink.

We rested on some stones.

The protesters threw stones at the police.

I love collecting stones at the beach.

The way some people see it, associating with the opposite sex is just like going to the seaside and gathering stones; everyone can pick up the ones they like.

The boy threw stones at the dog.

Throw food at those who throw stones.

If World War III is fought with nuclear weapons, World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.

What's your favorite Rolling Stones album?

What's your favorite song by the Rolling Stones?

There are big stones on the ground.

Those who live in houses made of glass mustn't throw stones at the houses of other people.

Don't throw stones into the river.

Therefore, each individual human being is worth more than all the gold, silver, precious stones, cattle, stocks, bonds or oil in the universe.

He bent over and picked up small stones.

Some precious stones are very similar to gold.

Children threw stones at him.

All the stones have been moved.

Tom is throwing stones at birds.

I am throwing stones at crows.

Have you ever thrown stones at crows?

Is he passing stones?

Is she passing kidney stones in her urine?

The soldiers took the youngsters to a place where they thought nobody would see them, then they picked up stones and started to hit the youngsters on their heads and their arms to break their bones. They didn't know that they were being filmed.

Even monkeys throw stones at the man unwanted at home.

If you hurl a handful of stones, at least one will hit.

They are trees that bear fruit, those who suffer from being hit with stones.

They started picking up stones.

Someone said to the stones: "Be human." The stones said: "We are not hard enough yet."

Someone said to the stones: "Be human." The stones said: "We are not hard enough yet."

She gained 3 and a half stones after she got married.

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.

Don't throw stones at the dog.

Therefore, E.T.A. Hoffman asserts: "Music is the most romantic of all arts, for its object is the infinite. It is the mysterious Sanskrit of nature, spoken in tones which fill up the soul of mankind with infinite yearning; and it alone lets us understand the songs of the trees, the flowers, the animals, the stones and the waters."

These stories are as old as anything that men have invented. They were narrated by naked savage women to naked savage children. They have been inherited by our earliest civilised ancestors, who really believed that beasts and trees and stones can talk if they choose, and behave kindly or unkindly. The stories are full of the oldest ideas of ages when science did not exist, and magic took the place of science.

Tom collects teddy bears, postcards and stamps, old coins, stones and minerals, number plates and hubcaps - in short: almost everything.

Klearchos tried to force the soldiers to go; but they threw stones at him.

Stones don't float.

Do not remove all the stones out of your childrens way, otherwise they might once run their head against a wall.

Besides a stall of marble, a manger of ivory, purple blankets and a collar of precious stones, Caligula even gave this horse a house, a troop of slaves and furniture, for the more elegant entertainment of the guests invited in his name; and it is also said that he planned to make him consul.

Do you have kidney stones?

Do not pelt your dog with stones, so the neighbors will not imitate you.

In this city, the stones speak.

Develop success from failures. Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.

With stones and sticks the villagers soon put the Methymnaeans to flight, and did not desist from the pursuit, till they had driven them from that part of the island.

Tom can start a fire using just two stones, but Maria only needs a spell.

Apple-tree, apple-tree hide me, So the old witch can't find me; If she does she'll pick my bones, And bury me under the marble stones.

The drug gave me kidney stones.

I felt like I was dying. I got under the covers and shivered. Kidney stones are nothing to joke about.

Three of the men, the boldest, or it may be, the most drunken, rode forward down the goyal. Now, it opened into a broad space in which stood two of those great stones, still to be seen there, which were set by certain forgotten peoples in the days of old.

We found a short valley between rugged tors which led to an open, grassy space flecked over with the white cotton grass. In the middle of it rose two great stones, worn and sharpened at the upper end, until they looked like the huge, corroding fangs of some monstrous beast.

As when in mighty multitudes bursts out / sedition, and the wrathful rabble rave; / rage finds them arms; stones, firebrands fly about.

Hotly the Tyrians are at work. These draw / the bastions' lines, roll stones and trench the ground; / or build the citadel.

But anon new foes / come swarming up, while ever and again / fast fall the showers of stones, and thick the javelins rain.

Good friend for Jesus sake forbeare, To dig the dust enclosed here, Blessed be the man that spares these stones, And cursed be he that moves my bones.

Costume jeweler usually does not work with precious metals and precious stones.

I have several tumbled stones in my hands.

Sami threw stones at Layla's cat.

Metals, stones and minerals arise from under the earth.

Sand and gravel are stone broken into bits. A whetstone, flint, marble etcetera are ordinary stones.

Jewels are clear stones, as: the white diamond, blue sapphire, green emerald, yellow Jacinth and so on; and glitter when cut.

Elsewhere, are the rose, Bastard Corinths, the Elder and the Juniper. Also the vine, which puts out branches and tendrils, vine leaves and bunches of grapes, on the stalk of which are grapes, which contain grape stones.

The road is blocked by stones fallen from a nearby rock.

He closed the road with stones.

I discovered that the magic treasures were nothing more than ordinary stones.

The boy threw stones at me.

The weapon, as soon as it came within the sound of his lyre, fell harmless at his feet. So did also the stones that they threw at him. But the women raised a scream and drowned the voice of the music, and then the missiles reached him and soon were stained with his blood.

But now the vault which had covered the fountain being broken down and riven, and the Gothic font ruined and demolished, the stream burst forth from the recess of the earth in open day, and winded its way among the broken sculpture and moss-grown stones which lay in confusion around its source.

Several heavy stones were hurled from the mouldering battlements into the roaring sea beneath.

She sat upon one of the disjointed stones of the ancient fountain, and seemed to watch the progress of its current, as it bubbled forth to daylight, in gay and sparkling profusion, from under the shadow of the ribbed and darksome vault.

Chimpanzees can throw stones when they feel threatened.

And each one said to his neighbour: Come, let us make brick, and bake them with fire. And they had brick instead of stones, and slime instead of mortar.

And Jacob took a stone, and set it up for a title. And he said to his brethren: Bring hither stones. And they, gathering stones together, made a heap, and they ate upon it.

And Jacob took a stone, and set it up for a title. And he said to his brethren: Bring hither stones. And they, gathering stones together, made a heap, and they ate upon it.

And when he was come to a certain place, and would rest in it after sunset, he took of the stones that lay there, and putting under his head, slept in the same place.

Tom skipped stones on the lake.

And if thou make an altar of stone unto me, thou shalt not build it of hewn stones; for if thou lift up a tool upon it, it shall be defiled.

Don't throw stones into the swimming pool.

Where can I find those stones?

Don't throw stones at cats.

I suspect Kath still has the pillar and stones.

Those who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.

Mary is said to have sung so beautifully that, when one day she ventured onto a battlefield, the opposing soldiers dropped their weapons, forgot their enmity and sat down together just to listen to her; the birds are said to have fallen silent; the trees, to have uprooted themselves and moved closer; the stones, they say, rose from the riverbed and mounted the bank, and the wind blew only to carry her melodious voice.

When you're hungry, you can eat even stones.

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