to that

  1. to that
    with all the appurtenances fitting thereto
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How To Use to that In A Sentence

  • I again affirm that I need make no apology for attaching my name to that of one so worthy the esteem of his co-dogs, ay, and co-cats too; for in spite of the differences which have so often raised up a barrier between the members of his race and ours, not even the noblest among us could be degraded by raising a "mew" to the honour of such a thoroughly honest dog. The Adventures of a Dog, and a Good Dog Too
  • He admits he owes a lot of his success to that cheeky grin. The Sun
  • The only real answer I have to that, you know - it is asked a lot is that I really wouldn't want to work with someone who would typecast me based on what I'm doing in this job.
  • The Franks and other Germanic tribes were never absorbed into the Roman world, rather, they added a Germanic impression to that world.
  • Added to that, his company is passionate about the relationship between live music and dance in performance.
  • It is true that, even at the time of the discovery of nitrobenzol, he pointed out the striking similarity of its smell to that of the oil of bitter almonds. The Art of Perfumery And Methods of Obtaining the Odors of Plants
  • The resemblance also of the human stomach to that of the orang-outang is greater than to that of any other animal. The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley
  • To himself he added, "An 'belike, if Satan takes his eye off his own, I'll put it to that young cub iv his. CHAPTER 16
  • But I object to that becoming a very one-sided issue.
  • This role of film as an instance of mass media is opposed to that of Adorno, who could only conceptualise the mass media as a means of stupefying the masses in a capitalist society.
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