write on

VERB
  1. write about a particular topic
    Snow wrote about China
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How To Use write on In A Sentence

  • How grateful and enlightened he must be to have that cleared up: one wouldn't want a thicko to write one's autobiography.
  • The most important aspect is to have the person write on an unlined piece of paper, allowing the writer to create her own space and lines.
  • Visitors can take their place at desks in three period classrooms and write on slates with chalk before progressing to dip pens and exercise books to practise ornate copperplate writing.
  • Rymer's Edgar is cited as evidence that the critic of tragedy couldn't write one himself.
  • I'd write one review, which I would syndicate to local newspapers all over Britain.
  • Write on one side of the paper and leave the other side blank.
  • The best part for me about Carrie is the fact King tossed the first pages of the story into the bin, to later be retrieved and read by his wife Tabitha who encouraged him to write on. Story Behind the Story Redux « Write Anything
  • Write on one side of the page and leave the other side blank.
  • He entered the room and started to write onto the board - without saying a word.
  • I wanted to surprise my friend Chris with a postcard and I knew what I wanted to write on the back.
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