## Use sage in a sentence

### Sentences ending with sage

- And I believe you can ride and shoot and see with any rider of the
**sage.**[13] - Excepting that he wore a beard and robe, his appearance even had nothing in common with them; and his talar was not like theirs, embroidered with hieroglyphics, tongues, and flames, but of plain white stuff, which gave him the aspect of a learned and priestly
**sage.**[10] - The horse snorted wildly and plunged away, dragging the rustler through the
**sage.**[13] - Oh, if we were only across that wide, open waste of
**sage!**[13] - The crippled rider went one way; the one frustrated in his attempt to get the carbine rode another, Venters thought he made out a third rider, carrying a strange-appearing bundle and disappearing in the
**sage.**[13] - One morning she went as far as the
**sage.**[13] - Bounding swiftly away, Venters fled around the corner, across the street, and, leaping a hedge, he ran through yard, orchard, and garden to the
**sage.**[13] - For an instant Venters felt himself whirl dizzily in the center of vast circles of
**sage.**[13] - Then he returned to where he had left Wrangle, and led him down off the stone to the
**sage.**[13] - Vague relief came to her in the sense of being enclosed between dark stone walls, deep hidden from the glare of sun, from the glistening
**sage.**[13] - From time to time he stopped to listen and heard only the usual familiar bark of coyote and sweep of wind and rustle of
**sage.**[13] - The seer of this age should be a
**sage.**[5] - It came from the
**sage.**[13] - Swiftest horse on the
**sage!**[13] - Venters anticipated that the rustler would soon take to the
**sage.**[13] - And for Venters the outlook before him was in some sense similar to a feeling of his future, and with searching eyes he studied the beautiful purple, barren waste of
**sage.**[13] - Therefore Venters quit the dark slit which baffled further search in that direction, and rode out along the curved edge of stone where it met the
**sage.**[13] - Jerry Card had taken to the
**sage.**[13] - He was as straggly and wild-looking as a horse left to roam free in the
**sage.**[13] - It was the spring that made old Withersteen a feudal lord and now enabled his daughter to return the toll which her father had exacted from the toilers of the
**sage.**[13] - Wait till he smells the
**sage!**[13] - And the sun sloped to the west, and a golden sheen lay on the
**sage.**[13] - It was that short time when the sun appeared to rest before setting, and silence, like a cloak of invisible life, lay heavy on all that shimmering world of
**sage.**[13] - Long live the
**sage!**[10] - Then he reappeared running out of the dust into the
**sage.**[13] - Tull will have riders all over this
**sage.**[13] - Wrangle whistled his pleasure at the smell of the
**sage.**[13] - There were long periods when it was in plain sight, and intervals when it dropped behind the
**sage.**[13] - Again he peeped over the
**sage.**[13] - Then he smoothed out the crushed trail in grass and
**sage.**[13] - Did calamity lurk on that long upland trail through the
**sage?**[13] - Again the sun, lowering in the west, reddened the
**sage.**[13] - Before him, to left, to right, waving, rolling, sinking, rising, like low swells of a purple sea, stretched the
**sage.**[13] - Bullets struck far in front of Venters, and whipped up the dust and then hummed low into the
**sage.**[13] - He told me how he had guarded you always, kept you locked up in his absence, was always at your side or near you on those rides that made you famous on the
**sage.**[13] - Lassiter appeared, making his weary way toward her through the
**sage.**[13] - He had jumped his horse over the Gerber Wash, a deep, wide ravine separating the fields of Glaze from the wild
**sage.**[13] - Withersteen House was hers, and the great ranch, with its thousands of cattle, and the swiftest horses of the
**sage.**[13] - These were the heads of the senate of Memphis, who had come as a deputation to ask counsel of the old
**sage.**[10] - In the morning he lifted Fay upon his horse and let her ride as he walked beside her to the edge of the
**sage.**[13] - It was hard going in the
**sage.**[13] - One keen, sweeping glance told Venters that there was neither man nor horse nor steer within the limit of his vision, unless they were lying down in the
**sage.**[13] - Venters hoped to frighten the rider and get him to take to the
**sage.**[13] - The rider had for the most part kept to the
**sage.**[13] - A horseman showed dark on the sky-line, then merged into the color of the
**sage.**[13] - The white running circle closed in upon the open space of
**sage.**[13] - The rider on Bells would probably drop behind and take to the
**sage.**[13] - How often had been told the story of day stampedes, of night raids, of pursuit, and then how the Masked Rider, swift as the wind, was gone in the
**sage!**[13] - Then Venters remounted and turned Wrangle toward the
**sage.**[13] - He rolled over and over, hunched himself to a half-erect position, fell, and then dragged himself into the
**sage.**[13] - Venters rose cautiously and looked over the
**sage.**[13] - Wrangle snorted shrilly and bolted into the
**sage.**[13] - Jane glanced down, and again, and upon steadier vision made out splotches of blood on the stones, and broad, smooth marks in the dust, leading out toward the
**sage.**[13] - Dimly, as through a yellow veil, Jane saw Lassiter press the leaders inward to close the gap in the
**sage.**[13] - Some one took a flying shot at me down in the
**sage.**[13]

### Sentences with the word sage in them

- The heavy-jowled man with shallow cerebrum has only to incline his head so that the lying instrument can select a favorable focus, to appear in the picture with the brow of a
**sage**and the chin of a poet. [4] - It was late when he left the house, but he took with him a note to Mr.
**Sage**to drop into the box for morning delivery. [4] - Near at hand were a cow and a calf and several yearlings, and farther out in the
**sage**some straggling steers. [13] - The sorrel had wandered off down the
**sage**between the trail and the canyon. [13] - Upon each side Venters saw the
**sage**merged into a sailing, colorless wall. [13] - If we get up in the
**sage**we can hide and slip along like coyotes. [13] - His only chance to escape lay in abandoning the stolen horses and creeping away in the
**sage**to hide. [13] - As Venters went thundering by he peered keenly into the
**sage,**but caught no sign of the man. [13] - The
**sage**and thickets of oak and brakes of alder gave place to pinyon pine growing out of rocky soil. [13] - Dark-clothed, dark-faced men they all were, burned by the sun, bow-legged as were most riders of the
**sage,**but neither lean nor gaunt. [13] - Did we notify them of this
**sage**view of ours when we borrowed their money? [7] - The contrast between them and the serene eye and undisturbed brow of the
**sage**was a sight for all beholders. [6] - The sun shone; the walls gleamed; the
**sage**glistened. [13] - Soon Jane left the trail and rode into the
**sage,**and presently she dismounted and threw her bridle. [13] - A wind blew the scent of
**sage**in his face. [13] - Blanched in moonlight, the
**sage**yet seemed to hold its hue of purple and was infinitely more wild and lonely. [13] - Every rider on the
**sage**will hear that thunder with glad ears. [13] - Storms up on the
**sage**are bad, but nothing to what they are down here in the canyons. [13] - Gray slopes, tinging the purple, barren and wild, with the wind waving the
**sage,**swept away to the dim horizon. [13] - When late in the night he reached the break in the
**sage,**he sent the burro down ahead of him, and started an avalanche that all but buried the animal at the bottom of the trail. [13] - Arising, he greeted the fawning dogs and stretched his cramped body, and then, gathering together bunches of dead
**sage**sticks, he lighted a fire. [13] - The opening of the canyon showed in a break of the
**sage,**and the cattle trail paralleled it as far as he could see. [13] - She noted indifferently that they passed close under shady, bulging shelves of cliff, through patches of grass and
**sage**and thicket and groves of slender trees, and over white, pebbly washes, and around masses of broken rock. [13] - Lassiter led the swift flight across the wide space, over washes, through
**sage,**into a narrow canyon where the rapid clatter of hoofs rapped sharply from the walls. [13] - Following the undulating sweep of
**sage,**Jane saw the straggling lines and then the great body of the white herd. [13] - Then, stooping, he stole from one cover to another, taking advantage of rocks and bunches of
**sage,**until he had reached the thickets under the opposite wall. [13] - Patches of red showed clear against the purple of
**sage,**and farther out on the level dotted strings of red led away to the wall of rock. [13] - One glance ahead served to show him that Bess could pick a course through the
**sage**as well as he. [13] - And then it seemed the sun vanished, the walls shaded, the
**sage**paled. [13] - And like a scouting Indian Venters crawled through the
**sage**of the oval valley, crossed trail after trail on the north side, and at last entered the canyon out of which headed the cattle trail, and into which he had watched the rustlers disappear. [13] - Venters thought he saw him wave his arms and was certain of it when the riders dashed into the
**sage,**to right and left of the trail. [13] - You are a sage; I, merely mindful of the behests of duty, administer my office. [10]
- Again the purple
**sage,**magnified in color and size and wave, for long moments irritated her with its monotony. [13] - The mysterious old
**sage**had no sooner left the judgment-hall with the Vekeel than he begged for a private interview. [10] - Why, even the
**sage**dogs left us. [13] - He rode through
**sage**and clumps of pinon trees and grassy plots where long-petaled purple lilies bloomed. [13] - He hid his rifle in the
**sage,**marking its exact location with extreme care. [13] - The crushed
**sage**resembled the path of a monster snake. [13] - I did not read it, but Mr.
**Sage**said that it left everything to me except a few legacies. [4] - By some subtle process which he had actually beheld, but could not fathom, this cold Mr. Worthington, this bank president who had given him
**sage**advice, this preacher of political purity, had been reduced to a frenzied supplicant. [9] - He saw him, presently, a little way off in the
**sage,**and went to fetch him. [13] - It was her own eyes that refused to see the cloud, which the
**sage**and bereaved woman had seen and conveyed in images and figures of speech natural to the Indian mind. [11] - Darkness shut him out from my view in less than a minute, and within the next minute I lost the road and got to wandering in the
**sage**brush. [5] - Taking to the open aisles and patches of the
**sage,**he walked guardedly, careful not to stumble or step in dust or strike against spreading sage-branches. [13] - To do whatever one likes is finally to do nothing that one likes, even though one continues to do what one will; but Kendricks, though a
**sage**of twenty-seven, was still too young to understand this. [8] - So Venters rode on, with the wind growing sweeter to taste and smell, and the purple
**sage**richer and the sky bluer in his sight; and the song in his ears ringing. [13] - Then, farther out on the
**sage,**a dark, compact body of horsemen went by, almost without sound, almost like specters, and they, too, melted into the night. [13] - Then from out of the
**sage**on the ridge flew up a broad, white object, flashed in the sunlight and vanished. [13] - On this side of the ranch the outlook was different from that on the other; the immediate foreground was rough and the
**sage**more rugged and less colorful; there were no dark-blue lines of canyons to hold the eye, nor any uprearing rock walls. [13] - Mr. Price told of the rage Topham Beauclerk had got Dr. Johnson into, by setting down a mark for each oyster the
**sage**had eaten, and showing him the count. [9] - She rode out of the court beside Judkins, through the grove, across the wide lane into the
**sage,**and she realized that she was leaving Withersteen House forever, and she did not look back. [13] - All the rest of that world was seemingly smooth, undulating
**sage,**with no ragged lines of canyons to accentuate its wildness. [13] - In this plain of
**sage**Venters flushed birds and rabbits, and when he had proceeded about a mile he caught sight of the bobbing white tails of a herd of running antelope. [13] - As the circle of
**sage**lessened the steers began to bawl, and when it closed entirely there came a great upheaval in the center, and a terrible thumping of heads and clicking of horns. [13] - I heard one of our men say afterward there was no better rider on the
**sage**than this fellow. [13] - Not a tuft of grass or a bunch of
**sage**colored the dull rust-yellow. [13] - Slowly the green of Cottonwoods sank behind the slope, and at last a wavering line of purple
**sage**met the blue of sky. [13] - A small, dark, moving dot split the line where purple
**sage**met blue sky. [13] - For beyond a mile of the bare, hummocky rock began the valley of
**sage,**and the mouths of canyons, one of which surely was another gateway into the pass. [13] - For about this man there was mystery, he seldom rode through the village, and when he did ride through it was swiftly; riders seldom met by day on the
**sage,**but wherever he rode there always followed deeds as dark and mysterious as the mask he wore. [13] - It followed the low bank of the wash, and, keeping it in sight, Venters hugged the line of
**sage**and thicket. [13] - Another shadow had lengthened down the
**sage**slope to cast further darkness upon her. [13] - He yearned to leave the endless
**sage**slopes, the wilderness of canyons, and it was in the lonely night that this yearning grew unbearable. [13] - Jane, out there in the
**sage,**on a long chase, Wrangle could kill your favorites. [13] - It was all in strange contrast to the endless slopes of lonely
**sage**and the wild rock environs beyond. [13] - The wind roared in her ears; the gleaming cliffs swept by; trail and
**sage**and grass moved under her. [13] - While Paula looked in amazement at the prelate who came so late a visitor, Joanna and Pulcheria recognized him as the brave ecclesiastic who had so valiantly opposed the old
**sage**and the misled populace, and they bowed with deep reverence. [10] - He did not, however, venture boldly out into the open
**sage,**but clung to the right-hand wall and went along that till its perpendicular line broke into the long incline of bare stone. [13] - Next to his horse a rider of the
**sage**loved a spring. [13] - The
**sage**about him was breast-high to his horse, oversweet with its warm, fragrant breath, gray where it waved to the light, darker where the wind left it still, and beyond the wonderful haze-purple lent by distance. [13] - There was a high wind blowing, and the
**sage**tossed and waved and colored beautifully from light to dark. [13] - Opening her blouse, he untied the scarf, and carefully picked away the
**sage**leaves from the wound in her shoulder. [13] - Through
**sage**and grass he hurried to the grove of silver spruces. [13] - And continuous swerving from aisle to aisle between the brush, and leaping little washes and mounds of the pack-rats, and breaking through
**sage,**made rough riding. [13] - We broke twigs from a
**sage**bush and piled them on a little cleared place in the shelter of our bodies. [5] - It was lighter, freer of
**sage,**and there were no rocks. [13] - When she had found out all that he knew or remembered of the new will, and arose to go, Mr.
**Sage**said he would accompany her to the office. [4] - Didymus and his family had reason to be grateful; and when the old
**sage**found in the large library which the architect placed at his disposal many excellent books and among them some of his own, he ceased his restless pacing to and fro and forced himself to settle down. [10] - Their self-dependence was exhausted; but there still was one
**sage**in the city who might perhaps find some new way, suggest some new means of saving the people from despair. [10] - The mob had destroyed the house of the old philosopher Didymus, and the grey-haired
**sage,**to whom he had offered the shelter of his home, was now ready to transfer the property inherited from his ancestors, if her Majesty would assure him and his family of her protection. [10] - Venters chose the deepest tufts of grass and clumps of
**sage**on his return. [13] - The opening into Deception Pass was one of the remarkable natural phenomena in a country remarkable for vast slopes of
**sage,**uplands insulated by gigantic red walls, and deep canyons of mysterious source and outlet. [13] - I wish I could give you more than a mere outline picture of the
**sage**at this time. [6] - This
**sage,**huge, commanding figure would have a good moral effect on the rude elements of disorder. [11] - No purple
**sage**colored this valley floor. [13] - Then came a clear, sharp difference when the horse passed from the
**sage**trail to the hard-packed ground of the grove. [13] - The
**sage**blurred by, the trail flashed by, and the wind robbed him of breath and hearing. [13] - That old
**sage**by the table, on whose stern, cold features the light fell so brightly, was the very man to accomplish such a work of destruction, and Philippus awaited his first words as a wounded man watches the surgeon heating the iron with which to cauterize the sore. [10] - Then, leading the burro over hard ground, he struck into the
**sage**and down the slope. [13] - Mr.
**Sage**had been interviewed and Carmen had been interviewed. [4] - For he had been born to the
**sage**and the saddle and the wild. [13] - Thin, hard, burnt, bearded, with the dust and
**sage**thick on him, with his leather wrist-bands shining from use, and his boots worn through on the stirrup side, he looked the rider of riders. [13] - She described him as a combination of the antique Greek
**sage**with the European modern man of science. [14] - All about her and the present there in Surprise Valley, and the dim yet subtly impending future, fascinated Venters and made him thoughtful as all his lonely vigils in the
**sage**had not. [13] - They were riding along the border of the
**sage,**and instantly he knew the hoofs of the horses were muffled. [13] - But I must admit I never saw the Siamese Twins, and therefore will not dogmatically say that no man ever saw a proof of this
**sage**aphorism. [7] - Here again was a sweep of purple
**sage,**richer than upon the higher levels. [13] - Before him stretched a short canyon with rounded stone floor bare of grass or
**sage**or tree, and with curved, shelving walls. [13] - The canyon was a hundred rods wide, its yellow walls were perpendicular; it had abundant
**sage**and a scant growth of oak and pinon. [13]

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