remark

[ ri-mahrk ]SEE DEFINITION OF remark

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REMARK

Moreover, little Helen got in the first remark in the way of serious conversation.

Mr Clayton was not slow to remark what was passing in my mind.

"But you forget where we are," answered the Man of Fancy, who overheard the remark.

But one remark was at once singularly philosophical and practical.

I beg your pardon, miss, but will you allow me to make one remark!

Hester did not like the remark, and he fancied from her look she had misunderstood him.

Hester was greatly struck with the poetic tone of the remark.

In passing I may remark that Hamlet, too, complains of "bad dreams."

This remark has no pertinence or meaning in Rosaline's mouth.

I laughingly begged him to translate the remark, which he did with a smile.

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