Thesaurus / act out

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Act out the beautiful old story in this as in the other parts, and try to give her back a son to be proud of.'

Jo's BoysLouisa May Alcott

They are—I mean they act out a king and queen and their court.

Prince VanceEleanor Putnam

They are object lessons in which gesticulation and pantomime are used to act out the movement or subject under discussion.

As soon as he came to the throne, he resolved, after much prayer, fully to act out his new belief.

Would Doctor Hartley act out of his fear or out of his subjection to women?

Bella DonnaRobert Hichens

Let Christians act out their religion, and there is no more race problem.

We want the nation to act out the principles it believes in.

If you can act out your little programme anywhere, you can act it at the Schermans'.

The Other GirlsMrs. A. D. T. Whitney

Out of his recollections came this tale, which he liked to act out with all the quaint tones and gestures the subject demanded.

The Lincoln Story BookHenry L. Williams

In leaving the Loulia Isaacson had really trusted him to act out of his fear.

Bella DonnaRobert Hichens
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.