answersLogoWhite
Example Sentences

Can you write a sentence using Fragmentary?

626364

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2012-01-04 01:25:26
2012-01-04 01:25:26

can you write a sentence using the word

Fragmentary

1

Related Questions

User Avatar

she could pull together her fragmentary thoughts, she could not write the story

User Avatar

It is entirely possible to write a sentence using the term 'it is'.

User Avatar

I can write a sentence using the word scorn!

User Avatar

Yes, you canwrite a sentence using the word dislocate

User Avatar

Come up with a sentence using the word write.

User Avatar

Yes, I can. 'Can you write a sentence using the word vibrations?' Done.

User Avatar

Yes. You can write a sentence using any words that make sense.

User Avatar

Yes, i goes like this: 'can you write a sentence using the word spasmodically?'.

User Avatar

I don't have the ability to write this sentence.

User Avatar

what sentence would you write for triplet

User Avatar

You just did! Just do this: "How do you write a sentence using the word vertex?" said the student.

User Avatar

You can write a sentence using the word satellite. Example: Google Earth is a powerful satellite.

User Avatar

i have to write a senetence using the defination of subcutoneous ,how do i write it

User Avatar

its puerile to write a sentence using puerile

User Avatar

It would be irresponsible of me to write that sentence for you.

User Avatar

yes. by copying what you just wrote. like this, "can you write a sentence using the word bloodthirsty?" is that okay.:D

User Avatar

use < or> to write a true sentence 999 997

User Avatar

I don't know how to write profitable in a sentence. That's the sentence

User Avatar

write a sentence using convey tell me

User Avatar

I do not know how to use loyalist in a sentence

User Avatar

write a sentence about all symbol that represent


Copyright © 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.