demanded

[ dih-mand, -mahnd ]SEE DEFINITION OF demanded

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEMANDED

He was stopped by a policeman, who demanded, "Whose bag is that, Johnny?"

He demanded, moreover, that the interests of the planters should be duly regarded.

They had their blood-hounds with them, and demanded permission of Dansley to search his house.

It demanded that she be the criminal it had branded her—if she were to live at all.

Aggie demanded, with that slangy diction which was her habit.

Whose windows, he demanded, were safe when, a fellow like that was let loose on the town?

But in those days a father who demanded obedience wasn't considered a monster.

How could a bean-feaster, he demanded, feel passion in his blood?

His morality, which was very complete, demanded that from him.

We knew how to pity the poor fellows, and running alongside, demanded the news.

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