English words and Examples of Usage

use "lad" in a sentence

Saido's a great lad but this can be disruptive and it has been disruptive.

Poor lad, what a thing to do to him," wrote one woman on Facebook.

He was a very level-headed young lad, Cadbury Athletic chairman John Peckham said.

Not the worst name in the world, until you realise it stands for 'Jack The Lad Swagger'.

The lad leaned over and shouted into Tom's ear.

This pub is reminiscent of pubs I used to go to as a lad back in Ireland.

His name means "lad" or "servant" of " St Mungo ".

Gurnemanz speaks sternly to the lad saying this is a holy place.

His wife was angry, and the lad fled.6.

Police reckon to lay charges against a man involved in a fight that sent a local lad to hospital this evening.

Thus began a new phase of life for the young lad.

Find someone who went to private school as a lad. lag

Nigel got the cane after spitting on another lad who had called him names.

A recent study in Hong Kong suggests that lack of regular physical activity kills more people than smoking. lad

And in fairness to the lad, he’s got an amazingly smooth voice on this track.

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