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How to use e.g. in a sentence

Now, said I, why not give us (if miracles are required) one that nobody could doubt—removing a mountain, e.g.?
THE POSTHUMOUS WORKS OF THOMAS DE QUINCEY, VOL. 1 (2 VOLS)THOMAS DE QUINCEY
Again, modal propositions cannot be reduced to the common form by joining the modality to the predicate, and turning, e.g.
ANALYSIS OF MR. MILL'S SYSTEM OF LOGICWILLIAM STEBBING
A proposition whose subject is an individual name, even if not a proper name, is singular, e.g.
ANALYSIS OF MR. MILL'S SYSTEM OF LOGICWILLIAM STEBBING
It is merely an accident when general names are names of classes of real objects: e.g.
ANALYSIS OF MR. MILL'S SYSTEM OF LOGICWILLIAM STEBBING
Like the functions sine and cosine, the elliptic functions have addition theorems, e.g.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIAVARIOUS
Who, e.g., would not rather have bread in his house than mice, gold than fleas?
THE CITY OF GOD, VOLUME IAURELIUS AUGUSTINE
Perhaps the same gave rise to the thought that the sun eclipsed God, or shut Him out as a cloud or shade, or made night, e.g.
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF RICHARD CRASHAW, VOLUME I (OF 2)RICHARD CRASHAW
Our best interpreters and commentators do render and expound the word generally to this effect: e.g.
THE DIVINE RIGHT OF CHURCH GOVERNMENTSUNDRY MINISTERS OF CHRIST WITHIN THE CITY OF LONDON
The exceptions against this pattern of church polity are of no validity, e.g.
THE DIVINE RIGHT OF CHURCH GOVERNMENTSUNDRY MINISTERS OF CHRIST WITHIN THE CITY OF LONDON
I have counted any speech exceeding a line in length, however little the excess may be; e.g.
SHAKESPEAREAN TRAGEDYA. C. BRADLEY
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO E.G.

  • e.g.
  • for instance
  • like
  • such as
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