sit in a sentence

sit meaning:

v. t.) To rest upon the buttocks and thighs, or the lower extremity of the trunk of the body;

sit sentence:

May I sit next to you?

Don’t sit on the floor.

He forced her to sit down.

Where would you like to sit?

Please sit down for a while.

We had better sit down here.

Can I sit next to the window?

There was nowhere for me to sit.

He used to sit reading for hours.

He would sit for hours doing nothing.

He would sit and look at the sea for hours.

There are not enough chairs for us to sit on.

Sit back and rest, and you will feel much better.

Mother always tells me not to sit up late at night.

When someone is having a bad day, be silent, sit close by, and nuzzle them gently.

I got a call from the community college where I sit on the industry advisory board.

He put the papers back into the drawer and locked the desk, but continued to sit there.

Sitting on the chair, she listened to me.

Sitting on the chair, she listened to me.

Sitting on the chair, she listened to me.

They were sitting close together on the couch.

He is in the habit of sitting up till late at night.

The boy sitting on the grass is reading a storybook.

Some students were sitting on the bench and having lunch.

She was sitting on the grass sucking lemonade through a straw.

He spends all day sitting on his rear end in front of a computer.

He was sitting amongst a group of children, telling them a story.

She had been sitting with her knitting at her fourth-floor window.

Everyone was sitting round discussing the accident in muted voices.

Farmers are still sitting on the fence over which candidate to back.

He turned on the TV, and promptly fell asleep sitting before the set.

The young man began to sidle near the pretty girl sitting on the log.

We were sitting in the midst of an elegant and well-dressed audience.

A boy and a girl were sitting on a bench. The boy was smiling but the girl looked angry.