Words nearby Bathsheba
How to use Bathsheba in a sentence
All this while he was perplexing himself about an errand on which he might consistently visit the cottage of Bathsheba's aunt.
Bathsheba looked thoughtfully into the distance, away from the direction in which Gabriel stood.
At this criticism of her statement Bathsheba made an addition to her dignity by a slight sweep away from him.
"—It was quite a mistake—aunt's telling you I had a young man already," Bathsheba went on.
By making inquiries he found that the girl's name was Bathsheba Everdene, and that the cow would go dry in about seven days.
British Dictionary definitions for Bathsheba
Cultural definitions for Bathsheba
A beautiful woman who attracted King David. To marry her, he sent her husband Uriah to his death in battle. Solomon was her second son by David.