other words for te
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
They have one of the most highly drafted TEs ever, and he looks good.
Originally a Sanskrit word, namaste is composed of two parts – “namas” means “bend to,” “bow to” or “honor to,” and “te” means “to you.”
When the time of his departure approached, he resolved to chant a Te Deum pontifically.
The Corsican national flag was green and yellow, and bore the motto: In te Domine speravi.
Te autem si tu aut cognatione aut affinitate propinquus exspectatio tenet.
Included amongst these victims of treacherous onslaught were several of Te Rauparaha's wives and children.
I stood a long time looking up at the west front, not saying a word; but something in me was singing a Te Deum.
It represents the orders of terrestrial and celestial beings mentioned in the four verses of the hymn, "Te Deum Laudamus."
I'm sure ye never saw ponnier plack pluid i' te heart o' a courtier o' King Shames.
The forces were disbanded, solemn processions were made, and "Te Deums" chanted in the churches for so signal a victory.