English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "instance"

Usually, I don't change a student's mark, but in this instance I willParents are concerned by a number of instances of bullying at the school.

Usually, I don't change a student's mark, but in this instance I will.

A further instance of computer problems occurred this morning.

An appeal was launched at the instance of his advocate.

Any further instances of poor behavior on your part will be severely punished.

In rare instances, wounded or provoked lions may attack human beings.

There are many examples of social breakdown. One example is the increase in the instance of homeless people in the streets.

There has been an increase in the rapid spread of communicable diseases worldwide. In one instance, a virus spread from Hong Kong to Canada in just two days.

There have been numerous instances in which children in the school have used bad language in class, and this must stop.

We will need to do some tests to find out what the problem is. In the first instance we will do some blood tests.

I know you didn't mean to do it, so in this instance, I won't punish you. But if it happens again, watch out.

We studied a number of car accidents, and in each instance, it was either due to excessive speed, or a driver that was drunk, or both.

If you need any help, with your grammar homework for instance, don't be afraid to ask for assistance.

Several instances of late deliveries resulted in a considerable loss of business for the store.

Thomas Jefferson once remarked, I never yet saw an instance of one of two disputants convincing the other by argument.


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