Origin of we
Words nearby we
How to use we in a sentence
If he thinks that he can get a deal he likes, I'd expect to see a c'mon-guys-we-can-do-this conciliatory exhortation.
Thinking about fairness comes more naturally to liberals, and they/we care passionately about it.Michael Tomasky: Economic Fairness Isn’t Enough for Obama’s Game Plan|Michael Tomasky|April 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And MSNBC (which put out a we-wish-him-well statement) was no longer pleased by Buchanan.
The problem is that Scott is unpopular—awkward, should-we-be-seen-with-him-in-public unpopular.10 GOP Endorsements That Still Matter in 2012’s Presidential Election|John Avlon|December 7, 2011|DAILY BEAST
To be sure, the game has anything but a “we-the-people” buzz, despite its schlubby attire.
Have we?the old man reared himself suddenly in bed, and raised two thin gnarled arms.The Romance of His Life|Mary Cholmondeley
I then pointed to Wade and Ikewna, and then to We-we and myself, offering my arm.
I then put the same question to We-we, pointing to the other.
Ah-tn-we-tuck, the Cock Turkey; repeating his prayer from the stick in his hand, described above.
Ah-quee-we-zaints, the Boy Chief; a venerable man of 72 years.
British Dictionary definitions for we
- when used by editors or other writers, and formerly by monarchs, a formal word for I 1
- (as noun)he uses the royal we in his pompous moods