1 They're using the telephone, mam.
2 And used perfectly awful language.
3 He'll make a bad use of it, I'm afraid.
4 Now it doesn't matter before me: I'm used to it.
5 I shall never be able to bring myself to use that word.
6 The girl has just used it herself because the bath was too hot.
7 It's no use talking to her like that, Mr. Higgins: she doesn't understand you.
8 I daresay I am very old-fashioned; but I do hope you won't begin using that expression, Clara.
9 Pickering is seated at the table, putting down some cards and a tuning-fork which he has been using.
10 I haven't heard such language as yours since we used to review the volunteers in Hyde Park twenty years ago.
11 I was brought up to be just like him, unable to control myself, and using bad language on the slightest provocation.
12 Same with the doctors: used to shove me out of the hospital before I could hardly stand on my legs, and nothing to pay.
13 She's no use: I've got all the records I want of the Lisson Grove lingo; and I'm not going to waste another cylinder on it.
14 Eliza has no use for the foolish romantic tradition that all women love to be mastered, if not actually bullied and beaten.
15 Last night, when I was wandering about, a girl spoke to me; and I tried to get back into the old way with her; but it was no use.
16 Then might I ask you not to come down to breakfast in your dressing-gown, or at any rate not to use it as a napkin to the extent you do, sir.
17 When he was out of work, my mother used to give him fourpence and tell him to go out and not come back until he'd drunk himself cheerful and loving-like.
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