scarcely in a sentence

I scarcely believed my eyes.

He scarcely ever watches TV.

They scarcely need it at all.

We scarcely had time for lunch.

He can scarcely write his name.

What he said can scarcely be true.

She could scarcely gasp the words.

I could scarcely stand on my feet.

He died when he was scarcely thirty.

She spoke scarcely a word of English.

My little brother can scarcely swim yet.

She scarcely goes out except on business.

He scarcely seems to care for me, does he?

scarcely had the dog seen me when it ran away.

I had scarcely gone out before the phone rang.

He had scarcely escaped when he was recaptured.

I had scarcely left home when it began to rain.

scarcely had I bought the book when I was sorry.

scarcely had I started out when it began to rain.

scarcely had I gone to bed when the telephone rang.

They have scarcely gone out since the baby was born.

Scarcely had she put on her makeup before he arrived.

I had scarcely opened the cage when the canary flew out.

We found there was scarcely any money left in the cashbox.

scarcely a day goes by that I don’t think of my dear, departed wife.

I scarcely knew the guy, and already he was asking to borrow money from me.

I had scarcely entered the class before the students started asking questions.

Scarcely had I reached the airport before I realized I had forgotten my ticket.

Scarcely had we started out before the sky became overcast and down came the rain again.

Scarcely a day goes by without me thinking of my poor friend Akbar, who was killed in the war.

Scarcely 100 years old, the capital city of Djibouti is home to two-thirds of the African nation’s population.

We had scarcely arrived at the Institution for the Blind when I began to make friends with the little blind children.

They had scarcely moved into their house when their new neighbors came by to introduce themselves, and invite them over for a barbecue.

Alexis de Tocqueville once said suggested that scarcely any political question arises in the United States that is not resolved, sooner or later, into a judicial question.

There was scarcely any electricity in this area a few years ago.

But DeVita didn’t last, which will scarcely come as a surprise to anyone who has read his book.

The second explanation Marcuse adduces is scarcely more plausible.

But the aesthetes can confidently assert that the lives of its people would scarcely be improved by those means.