Example sentences for bill

Here you can find a large assortment of example sentences for the word bill, or in other words sentences that can help you learn how to use bill in a sentence. Learning how to use a word in a sentences can be very helpful, for example when it comes to learning how to use the word in a sentence, in which context the word can be used as well as to learn the true meaning of the word "bill".

Bill in a sentence

Here below you will find several sentences that illustrate how to use the word bill in a sentence.

  1. McKinley on the $500 bill.

  2. Cohen as Senate bill 2127.

  3. That bill died in committee.

  4. The bill may have a buff sheen.

  5. The legs the colour of the bill.

  6. This bird also had a wider bill.

  7. The bill and iris are dark brown.

  8. Thus amended, the Senate bill (S.

  9. The bill is bright raspberry red.

  10. The bill and legs are also orange.

  11. Patman then had the House amend the Senate bill, S.

  12. The House agreed to the amended bill on December 7.

  13. The bill was defeated, but Crittenden supported it.

  14. The bill passed the House but failed in the Senate.

  15. It has a black bill, which is shorter than the head.

  16. All birds have an enlarged nasal gland at the base of the bill, above their eyes.

  17. Malcolm insists it is not about the bill, and fetches a knife and chopping board.

  18. Other senators expressed similar mystification at the agitation against the bill.

  19. Its legs are a dull red-brown, and its thin bill is pinkish-gray with a dark tip.

  20. The male has black legs, a yellow iris and a brown and greenish down-curved bill.

  21. Johnson called for a bill regulating toxins in the air and increasing funding for pollution programs.

  22. A white stripe is present at the base of the bill and is surrounded by brown and black malar stripes.

  23. The female is, however, relatively indifferent to bill colour, but responds instead to shinier bills.

  24. Chase and Massachusetts's Charles Sumner, who rallied public sentiment in the North against the bill.

  25. A chunky little seed-eating bird with a thick bill, it has a body length of 14 to 15 cm (5.5–5.9 in).

  26. The stubby bill is blackish-grey, the eyes are reddish-brown and the legs and feet are pinkish-brown.

  27. The bill received Royal Assent on 26 July 1910 as the London Electric Railway Amalgamation Act, 1910.

  28. The bill passed easily, and met only minimal opposition in the Senate, becoming law on March 3, 1849.

  29. The bill received royal assent on 26 July 1910 as the London Electric Railway Amalgamation Act, 1910.

  30. The bill passed the Senate with more than 600 amendments attached that nullified most of the reforms.

  31. Tyler signed the Tariff of 1842 on August 30, pocket vetoing a separate bill to restore distribution.

  32. The bill was killed in the Senate, however, by the tie-breaking vote of Lieutenant Governor Robert B.

  33. Davidson, having unsuccessfully striven to bring the party leaders to compromise, voted for the bill.

  34. Upon reaching the Senate, the House-passed bill was referred to the Committee on Banking and Finance.

  35. A bill providing a bonus, without a means of funding it, was passed by both houses in September 1922.

  36. O'Brien of Illinois demanded the regular order, and the bill was amended and passed without opposition or further debate.

  37. The bill did receive Royal Assent, and from 1999, hereditary peers have not had the automatic right to sit in Parliament.

  38. Occasionally, like other raptors, they will hold down a food item with their feet while tearing it apart with their bill.

  39. The bill passed into an Act in great haste – all three required readings in the House of Lords passed on one night.

  40. In 2013, the Oklahoma House of Representatives considered a bill to transfer ownership of the property to the Chickasaws.

  41. In Tasmania, the black currawong is similar but has a heavier bill and call similar to the pied and lacks the white rump.

  42. The two proposals consist of a break-even rule and a cap on the amount clubs can increase their wage bill by each season.

  43. The bill was passed by the Indiana House of Representatives, but rejected by the Senate, meaning it did not become a law.

  44. The legs are pink and the bill is black in winter and yellow in summer; young birds have browner plumage than the adults.

  45. The bill was not immediately introduced into parliament, however, as Idenburg was given until 10 August to comment on it.

  46. Both congressmen introduced bills in early 1953, and agreed to work together to get a coin bill through Congress; their states' groups were urged to work together as well.

  47. A bill was narrowly defeated in September 2010, but following their 2011 majority election win, the long-gun registry was abolished by the Harper government in April 2012.

  48. Fauxlivia finds a twenty-dollar bill from Our Side and questions who Andrew Jackson is, implying that he was either never president or is far less known in their universe.

  49. Through 2016, advocates attempted to boost support for the bill, which by November had 298 cosponsors, enough to get a floor vote during the lame-duck session of Congress.

  50. The Eurasian treecreeper is insectivorous and climbs up tree trunks like a mouse, to search for insects which it picks from crevices in the bark with its fine curved bill.

Synonyms for bill

Another way to better understand how a word can be used is to examine what synonyms it has, and how these synonyms can be used. For example, the word bill has the following synonyms: account, invoice, beak, neb, nib, pecker, billhook, circular, handbill, broadside, broadsheet, flier, flyer, throwaway, measure, note, government note, bank bill, banker's bill, bank note, banknote, Federal Reserve note, greenback, peak, eyeshade, visor, vizor, poster, posting, placard, notice, card and charge.

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