had to resign

653 examples (0.02 sec)
  • Work told me last week she believed her husband would have to resign. Cited from Laicus, by Lyman Abbott
  • However, he had to resign from his army post and leave the country.
  • But he had to resign after a short period due to his bad health condition.
  • A year before he had had to resign his position at the university. Cited from Jean-Christophe, Vol. I, by Romain Rolland
  • Then either one or the other of us would have to resign all thought of marriage. Cited from Youth, by Leo Tolstoy/Tolstoi
  • He may have to resign it at any moment at the call of duty. Cited from Sue, A Little Heroine, by L. T. Meade
  • There they got through the first round but had to resign due to injury.
  • This meant he had to resign his seat and seek re-election.
  • He eventually had to resign the commission due to poor health.
  • Had she lost, she would have had to resign from the government.
  • I suppose you understand that you'll have to resign your seat. Cited from What Every Woman Knows, James M. Barrie
  • So I had to resign myself to my fate and get ready to escape. Cited from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Jules Verne
  • Because of the marriage bar she had to resign her post.
  • Do you want her to have to resign herself to living with a man she doesn't love? Cited from Heartbreak House, by George Bernard Shaw
  • His first term was quite short though; after seven days he had to resign on court conviction.
  • But to take us and do us justice they would probably have to resign one of the companies they now represent. Cited from White Ashes, by Sidney R. Kennedy and Alden C. Noble
  • I had to resign my position, and leave the place. Cited from By Canoe and Dog-Train, by Egerton Ryerson Young
  • If I can't avoid coming to Washington I may have to resign. Cited from Recollections of Forty Years in the House, Senate and Cabinet, Sherman
  • "I suppose I shall have to resign my post at the office?" Cited from The Holiday Round, by A. A. Milne
  • You will have to resign yourself to it; you have a very bad fellow for a friend. Cited from A Romance of Youth by Francois Coppee, v2
  • Next »