Example sentences for: ambrose

How can you use “ambrose” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Presidential historian Stephen Ambrose begins his NewsHour appearance by inveighing against evening newscasts too smutty to watch with his 12-year-old granddaughter.

  • Mark Hosenball's dissection of Ambrose Evans-Pierce's brand of "journalism" ("What Ambrose Knows") was accurate--to a point.

  • The conservative Daily Telegraph ran a two page scandal chronology compiled by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, who, as its Washington correspondent, began investigating Clinton in 1993 and, according to the paper, was "vilified by the White House aides" as a result.

  • St. Augustine describes with amazement how the great Ambrose, bishop of Milan, could follow the written text with his eyes even as "his voice and tongue stayed still."

  • The earliest occurrences of the word being used to refer to a religious service are to be found in the epistles of Saint Ambrose and the itinerary of Silvia of Aquitania in the last quarter of the fourth century, when it was applied to matins and vespers; however, in its most eminent sense, mæsse was used to denote the Eucharist.


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