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 Meanings and Examples of REMARK
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remark
 n.  expression, in speech or writing, of something remarked or noticed
Example Sentence: (154 in 11 pages)
1  The servant struck in with the remark that Mr.
2  He adjoined the remark that he would attend the meeting.
3  This kind of remark is guaranteed to light the blue touch paper with some Labour politicians.
4  It is rude to remark upon the appearance of other people.
5  I consider his remark a gross impertinence.
6  Her next remark abruptly terminated the conversation.
7  His humorous remark made everyone laugh.
8  His remark discords with the fact.
9  A schoolboy at the back of the room piped up with a remark that made the audience laugh.
10  The status and availability of the original speaker is therefore of great importance in deciding whether to publish the remark.
11  The remark provoked an angry response from the crowd.
12  An indiscreet remark triggered off a long and costly strike.
13  He had completely ignored her remark, preferring his own theory.
14  His witty remark caused a storm of laughter.
15  While other girls might have gone on and on about how un-cool Elton was, Liz summed it up in one pithy remark: "He's bogus!"
Classic Sentence: (210 in 15 pages)
1  Several of the proud mothers of members of the militia were standing close by and overheard the remark.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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2  That was the kind of remark all men made, but when he said it it seemed to her that he meant just the opposite.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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3  Again he had made a graceful remark, the kind of compliment any gentleman would pay under such circumstances, but he did not mean a word of it.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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4  Since the return of her wedding ring, Melanie had felt that Rhett was a gentleman of rare refinement and delicacy and she was shocked at this remark.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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5  "I think you are vile and mercenary," said Scarlett, but her remark was automatic.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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6  At these words a hum rose among those near enough to hear his remark, and the crowd surged, ready to turn and run down Whitehall Street toward headquarters.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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7  Immediately he regretted his last remark, as her eyes widened with fear.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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8  Despite his remark: "It's a foolish war when old fools like me are out toting guns," the girls received the impression that Uncle Henry was enjoying himself.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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9  Scarlett had not intended to do any cotton picking herself, even after Grandma Fontaine's tart remark.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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10  Now that remark sounded like schoolgirl hyperbole.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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11  But the fading hopes of the Confederacy weighed less heavily on Scarlett than his remark about the scarcity of food.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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12  He coughed nervously and waved his hands and repeated his annoying remark about her sweet pretty little head.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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13  "Don't be impudent," said Scarlett coldly, for she saw little humor in Tommy's remark.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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14  When he climbed into the buggy and took the reins from her and threw her some impertinent remark, she felt young and gay and attractive again, for all her worries and her increasing bulk.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche
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15  That remark took the wind out of her.
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