Use "concoct" in a sentence

Choose a language, then type a word below to get example sentences for that word.

Concoct in a sentence | concoct example sentences

  1. Lark began to concoct a scheme to improve the.
  2. They concoct a pungent alcoholic beverage called the Drink of the.
  3. Anderson wondered what sort of story he would concoct to explain that.
  4. His unaccustomed warmth caught me unawares and I was unable to concoct a.
  5. And I could imagine the stories Frances would concoct with wide-eyed-innocence.
  6. But he trusted Penelope, and knew she was not one to concoct such fanciful tales.
  7. She would no more concoct this story than the Archbishop would convert to Judaism.
  8. But we must concoct something, some device with which we can hold my son’s curiosity.
  9. They will lie, cheat and help others concoct lies and then corroborate their lies in court.
  10. For a fraction of time, everything was reverted from infant to young age Pranjit- a concoct picture.
  11. This character can spend a few hours in a lab to concoct potions that bestow powers on whoever uses them.
  12. He’d pass their details to Lorenze and between her and Bazilda they’d concoct the papers and arrange transport.
  13. Poor smokers, they got so desperate that they would concoct their own mixes of leaves and grass (no, not marijuana) to smoke.
  14. Yeah, I said reluctantly, equal parts leery of telling the truth and afraid to concoct a lie that would only make me feel more jangled than I suddenly did.
  15. She half expected applause to break out as, with a flourish, he produced a plastic funnel from beneath his chair and proceeded with much ceremony to concoct a punishment.
  16. The Warren Commission had the back wound migrate to the back of the neck and then they had him leaning forward like he did later, after the throat shot, to concoct a closer angle for their single bullet theory.
  17. Pies were very closely allied to pioneer, and the Colonial housewife of early days was forced to concoct fillings out of sweetened vegetables, such as squash, sweet potatoes, and even some were made of vinegar.
  18. One possibility for those who might feel inhibited by the requirements of true science is to make up new facts and concoct new theories to simulate scientific proof of a theory or practice that is being advocated.
  19. If you can help with this please be sure to explain that the State had to concoct a theory of ―transferred intent‖ to be able to convict without any evidence and that Meeks has retracted his testimony and stated that he was told what to say.
  20. I was a whore; a fool for leaving London; a slut for jerking off to please a couple of perverted well-heeled wankers; idiotic to think I could concoct a dance off the top of my head for a group of art cognoscenti; trash for consenting to jerk off for an audience next week.
  21. Do we not see that now, when the simplest arithmetical calculation shows that the only means for the success of the schools is the simplification of methods, the simplicity and cheapness of the arrangement of the school,—the pedagogues are busy, as though having made a wager to concoct a most difficult, most complicated, and expensive (and, I must add, most bad) instruction? In the manuals of Messrs.
  1. Concocting a plan to trap.
  2. I doubt not that Taramis is there, concocting more devilry.
  3. The coven enraged, spoke of concocting a plan to go after Cristian.
  4. But that wasn’t true, Tom had everything to do with me concocting the plan in the first place.
  5. A thin man in his mid-thirties was working in a dark bedroom, illuminated only by candles, concocting potions using herbs, botanicals, and oils.
  6. The newspapers of the island started concocting hurried, spicy biographies of the king and I became an avid reader of some of the more racy ones.
  7. Before long he discovered that Blanco de Paz, who claimed to be an officer of the Inquisition, was now concocting on false evidence a charge of misconduct to be brought against him on his return to Spain.
  8. The Titius Bode law is in lace and notwithstanding the level of despicable cheating, all the concocting the truth does not place Newton’s misconceptions in place or remove that which is there, the Titius Bode law.
  9. Not content to just invent gods, people were concocting intricate relationships in the spirit world and elaborate rituals to appease their evermore peculiar gods; the gods that didn’t seem to be responding to their pleas.
  10. Old Hannah never wearied of concocting dainty dishes to tempt a capricious appetite, dropping tears as she worked, and from across the sea came little gifts and cheerful letters, seeming to bring breaths of warmth and fragrance from lands that know no winter.
  11. Picture to yourselves that a famous poet of talent, whose tales and poems adorn the pages of our best magazines, is suddenly offered the chance of writing verses at a penny a line, signed into the bargain, as an advertisement for 'Cigarettes Jasmine'—or that a slander was spread about one of you distinguished barristers, accusing you of making a business of concocting evidence for divorce cases, or of writing petitions from the cabmen to the governor in public-houses! Certainly your relatives, friends and acquaintances wouldn't believe it.
  12. In like manner, however these learned men may call themselves, who in their simplicity are occupied during all their lives with the investigations of the microscopical animalcule and of telescopical and spectral phenomena; or those artists who, after having carefully investigated the monuments of old times, are busy writing historical novels, making pictures, concocting symphonies and beautiful verses, all these men, notwithstanding all their zeal, cannot, according to the definition of their own science, be called men of science or art, first because their activity in science for the sake of science, and of art for art, has not in view man's welfare; and secondly, because we do not see any results of these activities for the welfare of society or mankind.
  1. He concocted for her a.
  2. It was a concocted type of poison.
  3. Christoff and I concocted a plan.
  4. I’d concocted in my head would work.
  5. Is artfully concocted? Hast ever heard.
  6. The three concocted a plan to avoid him.
  7. Bronner has concocted his own peace plan.
  8. In bed we concocted our plans for the morrow.
  9. It is believed he concocted an explosion on a.
  10. IT WAS TIME TO TRY OUT the plan I had concocted.
  11. Conspiracy, the biggest conspiracy ever concocted.
  12. This was concocted to support the whole church deception.
  13. Between them, they concocted a bullshit story that my work.
  14. And the story Dayne had concocted about Jaden betraying him?
  15. The doctor needed their help so he concocted a plan to obtain it.
  16. This recipe was especially concocted for non-users of milk and eggs.
  17. She concocted a series of lies, each more unsupportable than the last.
  18. Maybe a story has been concocted about it in order to raise its value.
  19. Born partly of guilt and, in no small part love, he had concocted a plan.
  20. The people of the Outerlands concocted a huge number of stories to explain it.
  21. If she kept him alive, this hastily concocted plan of hers might actually work.
  22. Esperanto, a concocted language that was supposed to become the universal world.
  23. Budget? When he’d concocted this plan, he hadn’t thought that far ahead.
  24. And if you concocted a batch of it today, I assure you, it would not cure anything.
  25. She told no one, but concocted àthrilling tale', and boldly carried it herself to Mr.
  26. We also concocted bizarre mixes of different detergents to wash the walls and windows.
  27. Scowling, he fights back the illusion concocted by his obviously slipping sanity and grief.
  28. His hatred was especially intense for whoever had concocted the plan that had defeated them.
  29. You should understand by now the true nature of the liars and murderers that concocted these.
  30. While Rollo and Olive worked on their assignments, I concocted lesson plans for the afternoon.
  31. The karma in such divided opinions over already concocted fables, are always bad and unhealthy.
  32. The story was so similar to Scumbles they must have concocted them together in an idle moment.
  33. He read through the material again and this time it struck him as something concocted, a facade.
  34. First Heaven–Infers the lies concocted by the three Faiths of Abraham about the nature of heaven.
  35. To make the conspiracy believable they had to conjoin a concocted story that would have every halfwit on.
  36. He needed to formulate plans on how they were to stop Kisin from whatever diabolical trap he had concocted.
  37. Churchill, was nothing more than folly concocted by the Opposition Party whose wicked minds think wicked thoughts.
  38. I had the gun out and my hammer in a utility type of belt that I’d concocted from an old leather belt and holster.
  39. He found out the manner in which I had been cheating and concocted a devious plan to break the deadlock in the game.
  40. Between them, they concocted a BS story that my work for EB constituted a COI because GD also owned Bath Iron Works.
  41. Fysto rather brilliantly loaded a herd of goats on in Water-Down and put them in the special storage chamber he concocted.
  42. If this Eldnan was a fiction concocted by Drasav, Ancor would have no qualms about keelhauling the man to find out the truth.
  43. Fear, an emotion, sets the tone, but the actual flight response is concocted in and implemented by the intellectual division.
  44. This is going to reveal the biggest conspiracy ever concocted by the human mind, ever since the time a human had a mind to use.
  45. Well John had run with it and concocted up a scheme to build a birthing tub in the middle of it for her to deliver the baby in.
  46. The witches stirred huge cauldrons and concocted potions, which they force-fed him to make him reveal the location of his Sword.
  47. He thought of making the point that she had enriched herself using dyes concocted by witchcraft, but he decided against that tactic.
  48. I approached her and concocted the story that I wanted to buy some clothes for my wife who was abroad taking care of her sick parents.
  49. Kennedy was having his sex affair with Marilyn Monroe, on one occasion, a sex party was concocted at which several other persons were present.
  50. He was petrified about dying mainly because the ability by which he had concocted of staying forever young had been taken from him by my mother.
  51. After Penny Jenny died, the other whores took care of them and fed the lad the tale his mother had concocted, about him being Fireball’s seed.
  52. We had long concocted and memorised our phoney alibis in advance and had them ready when Moose and his men arrived on the scene from the mainland.
  53. And whoever concocted the best story--whoever told the story the subjects wanted to hear—would fill in the blanks even if the story weren’t true.
  54. There are a myriad of drinks out there concocted in someone’s basement or kitchen when there were just a few drops of liquor left and some type of mixer.
  55. She laughed at the autobiography he had concocted for Kazowskis, and repeated her amazement at his ability to construct plausible stories on short notice.
  56. Do what? I exclaimed, but Galloway was lost in the process of plugging the drive in and playing whatever horrible monstrosity had been concocted upon it.
  57. They were one step closer to whatever Rancor and the Lavat leader had planned and it made him uncomfortable to think what reception they had concocted for them.
  58. It was a hunch, a gut instinct that told him this thoroughly researched mission the Intelligence Committee had concocted was destined to turn into an epic disaster.
  59. I wanted to tell you of a party that the subjects want to throw in honor of your return, Anna said, not mentioning that she concocted the plan a few hours ago.
  60. I am about to shock you into reality! This is going to reveal the biggest conspiracy ever concocted by the human mind, ever since the time a human had a mind to use.
  61. You really believe that don’t you? I would have hoped after spending time with us you would have realized we don’t fit the image you had concocted in your head.
  62. Upon returning from their meeting, Rinard had announced the necessity to reach the mainland with due haste, and Krane had adapted one of the plans Ancor had concocted.
  63. Of course they don't know who took them and the original plates or films are destroyed, but they've concocted some means of putting a date on them early in the spring.
  64. We had been there ten minutes and were now on our third round of smoothie shots concocted and ordered by Carpe Diem, who was growing annoyed by this bachelorette party.
  65. He had assumed that the enemy did not have a large stockpile of the impossible explosives, and thus had concocted this whole outlandish strategy with the refugee fleet.
  66. This is not a measurement I would rely on for trading per se because historical volatility should measure a continuous time stretch and not an artificially concocted one.
  67. But if she did that, then Achak would remain in the New World, free to carry out whatever insidious plan he had concocted, unabated by her efforts to stop him from his madness.
  68. One evening after bedding the stock for the night, the manager took me to the packing room where gorgeous baskets of fruit were concocted, and placed a firm hand on my shoulder.
  69. It was really amusing at times to observe her careful approach to new acquaintances, and the fascinating motives that she concocted to explain their behaviour were very laughable.
  70. It was already dark out; the emergency AV Club meeting he’d concocted for his mom’s benefit would have to be over now, or close to over, depending on the scale of the AV emergency.
  71. Actually this idea of suffering from rooster’s crowing or dog’s barking is just a fiction and story concocted by our egos just to tantalize us and unknowingly we fall a prey to it.
  72. I’m surprised that the vampire fell for the ruse, Rafael said, thinking back to the moment he concocted the plan while in his hospital bed, giving John a chance to redeem himself.
  73. On a noonday in mid-November, they all sat grouped about the dinner table, eating the last of the dessert concocted by Mammy from corn meal and dried huckleberries, sweetened with sorghum.
  74. Upon that, agitated anew by their attachment to him, yet honourably disposed to her, Marian uncorked the penny ink-bottle they shared, and a few lines were concocted between the two girls.
  75. Mildly surprised he had not explored the city’s drug offerings during his months of depression, she said, A mood-altering mixture concocted by one of Stumps’s turn-of-the-century gangs.
  76. But while he’s incarcerated, another building bomb goes off, and a concocted note says “we did it” signed by some other “cell member of the arrested man” who has “Al Queda linkage”.
  77. But, because the story had been concocted that the Bush administration had outed her in retaliation supposedly for her husband’s attempts to discredit it (the administration), someone had to pay.
  78. A second very obvious one is that this young man really is the heir of a great property, however modest his means may at present be, and it is not impossible that a plot to hold him for ransom might be concocted.
  79. I* remember how he concocted a bed for me, also on a sofa, and without the knowledge of his aunt, who would, he thought, for some reason, have been vexed if she had known he had a schoolfellow staying the night with him.
  80. But as elites conspire to eliminate the trappings of Christmas in their quest for revolutionary liberation, they end up imposing a sociopolitical control more strident than anything concocted by the most repressed ascetic.
  81. It’s obvious that impractical educational and licensing barriers were concocted by doctors fearful of competition, and promoted by irrational Chicken Littles with no real consideration for or understanding of economic cost.
  82. For half the morning, Marie-Laure tries to convince herself that the previous days have been some elaborate test concocted by her father, that the truck is moving not away from Paris but toward it, that tonight they’ll return home.
  83. For instance, those enemies of Edie Fischer who do not already know her real name should not be told it, and I concocted this nom de guerre to conceal her true identity in both this volume and in the one that came before it, Deeply Odd.
  84. Within two weeks they had completed the double cabin for Zygmunt and the man quickly set to work in his chemical shop as he concocted various recipes for gunpowder employing different varieties of charcoal and ratios of the other ingredients.
  85. He therefore held his peace on that head, but otherwise was quite frank and confidential with him, so that the two quickly concocted a little plan for both circumventing and satirizing the Captain, without his at all dreaming of distrusting their sincerity.
  86. For myself, I was forced back on my first theory that someone had concluded that Carton had the Black Book, had concocted this elaborate scheme to get what was really of more value than much jewelry, and had found out that Carton did not have the precious detectaphone record, after all.
  87. This seems like a good place to note, for the record, something my dad recently said that surprised me: the price of security is insecurity line was not, in fact, his personal motto, but instead something he concocted to make his anxious young son feel better about worrying so much.
  88. It must be all exactly the other way, as your ladyship says; because it is impossible to suppose that out of my poor wit such a cunning trick could be concocted in a moment, nor do I think my master is so mad that by my weak and feeble persuasion he could be made to believe a thing so out of all reason.
  89. I’m going out beyond the fence and wait till every network has a close up of my face and announce that an FBI Special Agent, Herbert Nelson, a man with a personal grudge against me has concocted a story of an affair between the wife of Tony Reilly and myself and has gone as far as implicating us in his murder.
  1. An oarsman sprains his wrist: the carpenter concocts a soothing lotion.

Share this with your friends

Synonyms for concoct