lesson

[ les-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF lesson

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LESSON

You'd better not tell him so, or he might give you a lesson in politeness.

The healthy and the young might read a lesson on her blanched and wrinkled cheek.

He had learned his lesson of experience, and profited thereby.

And after the lesson he had given them but the night before!

The use of a Scripture lesson is, of course, optional with the pastor.

If no one was there, he had a lesson to impart, based on the silence and the darkness.

If you have, then you know the nature of my first lesson in four-in-hand driving.

What a lesson to young ladies in the choice of female friends!

Let pious women, especially, take a lesson from this incident.

What a lesson of gratitude is taught in every scene and circumstance!

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