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Prat in a sentence

Maid fell on her prat.
But the dressing up like a prat is my idea.
of old English colonial stock and a bit of prat.
Like a prat! He flings as we reach the hollow.
Otherwise I could have made a total prat of myself.
Zac's an annoying prat, but it beats the smelly motel.
Why can't he? I would if some prat touched your sister Karl said.

mean this, and had to do it once myself when my branch got a new prat manager.
guys up to? If they needed someone to prat about on stage pretending to be Teef, why couldn’t one of.
As if I would recognise them if they were waving flags! Honestly, Lintze, you are a complete prat at times.
Suddenly I realised he was a Pharisee, not a Samaritan, so instead of unburdening myself of my dread secret I said it wasn’t that important, I'd come back when he wasn’t so busy, and wandered out hoping I didn’t look as much of a prat as I felt.
Who was in life a foolish prating knave.
Among others was a prating barber, whose tale of one of his brothers.
admirably the good old prating gossip, who lets everything escape her.
Prating: Speaking with ill-will words, in hearing and telling of news; babbling; chattering.
the eye causes sorrow, but a prating fool shall fall; the mouth of a righteous man is a well of life, but violence covers the mouth of the.
The business about alienating the priory’s ancient rights was rhetoric, the kind of pompous prating that all students were taught at Oxford.
White on white is ferocious; if the lily could speak, what a setting down it would give the dove! A bigoted woman prating of a devout woman is more venomous than the asp and the cobra.
He is the son of one Say-well; he dwelt in Prating Row; and is known of all that are acquainted with him, by the name of Talkative in Prating Row; and notwithstanding his fine tongue, he is but a sorry fellow.
which he doeth, prating against us with malicious words: and not content therewith, neither doth he himself receive the brethren, and forbiddeth them that would, and casteth them out of the church (3 John 1:9,10).
Cole, acting admirably the good old prating gossip, who lets every thing escape her when her tongue is set in motion, cooked him up a story so plausible of me, throwing in every now and then such strokes of art, with all the simplest air of nature, in praise of my person and temper, as finished him finely for her purpose, whilst nothing could be better counterfeited than her innocence of his.
And ye prate even as they prated.
Is there no Villain in this World who doth not regard himself as a poor abus’d Innocent, no She-Wolf who doth not think herself a Lamb, no Shark who doth not fancy that she is a Goldfish? Lancelot and Horatio lookt piteously upon her as she prated of her Innocence! O ye Heavens—Men are the veriest Fools when Women with large Breasts and Flaming Hair speak of their wounded Innocence!.
And prate about an Elephant.
And ye prate even as they prated.

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