#### Use Win in a sentence. How to use the word Win in a sentence? Sentence examples with the word Win. Sentence for Win.

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### Examples of Win in a sentence

- *** I wanted you to
**win**. - *** One of us could
**win**. - *** They really did
**win**. - *** Donald deserves to
**win**. - *** Donald is going to
**win**. - *** Donald
**win**s every time. - *** We can
**win**this war. - *** How much did you
**win**? - *** I had to let Donald
**win**. - *** I’m sure they’ll
**win**. - *** Donald is likely to
**win**. - *** Why don’t I ever
**win**? - *** Don’t you want to
**win**? - *** I’m going to
**win**this. - *** You can’t let Donald
**win**. - *** Did you
**win**the trophy? - *** I may
**win**if I’m lucky. - *** Donald didn’t
**win**, did he? - *** Donald knows he can’t
**win**. - *** Donald wanted Mary to
**win**. - *** Donald will
**win**this game. - *** You can’t
**win**them all. - *** You may or may not
**win**. - *** Donald always plays to
**win**. - *** We may not
**win**tomorrow. - *** Donald didn’t
**win**the prize. - ***
**Win**ning isn’t everything. - *** I can
**win**. I’m sure of it. - *** I realized I couldn’t
**win**. - *** They didn’t
**win**, did they? - *** Donald seldom
**win**s arguments. - *** I don’t expect them to
**win**. - *** I know you’re going to
**win**. - *** I’m going to
**win**this time. - *** You can’t
**win**all the time. - *** You don’t even want to
**win**. - *** He will
**win**the first prize. - *** I know I probably won’t
**win**. - *** I think Donald is going to
**win**. - *** We came so close to
**win**ning. - *** You like
**win**ning, don’t you? - *** He is likely to
**win**the game. - *** I don’t really care who
**win**s. - *** We have no chance of
**win**ning. - *** Here’s how we’re going to
**win**. - *** I didn’t really expect to
**win**. - *** Slow and steady
**win**s the race. - *** Did Jerry really
**win**a lottery? - *** I thought we were going to
**win**. - *** I want Donald to
**win**the election. - *** Donald will do whatever it takes to
**win**. - *** All hope of
**win**ning the game vanished. - *** He did not
**win**his party’s nomination. - *** I am sure of
**win**ning the tennis match. - *** I would give anything to
**win**her back. - *** It is certain that he’ll
**win**the game. - *** John
**win**s every time we play the game. - *** Donald was hoping to
**win**the first prize. - *** We hoped we’d be able to
**win**the game. - *** Germany was
**win**ning on the battlefield. - *** I’ll
**win**using whatever means it takes. - *** It looks like he might
**win**first prize. - *** Most people expected John Adams to
**win**. - *** No one ever doubted that Donald would
**win**. - *** Donald doesn’t have any chance of
**win**ning. - *** He thinks that he can
**win**at the casino. - *** He told his assistant that he would
**win**. - *** He will probably
**win**the speech contest. - *** He’ll probably
**win**in the next election. - *** I don’t know whether I will
**win**or lose. - *** It appears that he will
**win**first prize. - *** It is hard to
**win**four successive games. - *** One who doesn’t take risks will not
**win**. - *** You can’t
**win**an argument with an idiot. - *** I have confidence in your ability to
**win**. - *** I made a bet that she would
**win**the game. - *** It doesn’t matter whether you
**win**or not. - *** Who do you think will
**win**the gold medal? - *** Who do you think will
**win**the tournament? - *** He didn’t jump high enough to
**win**a prize. - *** I am sure of his
**win**ning the tennis match. - *** Needless to say, he did not
**win**the prize. - *** Donald felt he had no chance to
**win**the race. - *** Wilson clearly had the best chance to
**win**. - *** He got a prize for
**win**ning the competition. - *** I’m certain that I’ll
**win**the tennis match. - *** It doesn’t matter which team
**win**s the game. - *** No matter how fast you ran, you cannot
**win**. - *** She was the first girl to
**win**that contest. - *** The chances are that she will
**win**the game. - *** He is sure to
**win**the swimming championship. - *** He will have no chance of
**win**ning her heart. - *** I am sure of his
**win**ning the speech contest. - *** I knew it would be impossible for me to
**win**. - *** They felt their candidate would
**win**in 1860. - *** They had accepted what was necessary to
**win**. - *** We could buy a nice house with our
**win**nings. - *** Which team do you predict will
**win**the game? - *** He asked me who I thought would
**win**the race. - *** I can safely say that Donald will
**win**this time. - *** Our football game
**won**every game this season.