better in a sentence

I feel much better today.

You’d better back off.

The Department of Justice is continually working to better prevent computer crimes, such as hacking.

During our book club meeting, Joan made a number of insightful comments that really helped me to understand the novel better.

Plautus once suggested that there are occasions when it is undoubtedly better to incur loss than to make gain.

Our increasing global population is fueling a demand for more and better food.

Far from irritating my skin it was better than before I used it.

There is a sharp turn coming up so you’d better slow down.

I like music better than sports.

It often happens that goods sell all the better for their high price.

There is a Saudi Arabian proverb which states that blind eyes see better than blind hearts.

For me, I like this better.

To summarize, I’m saying that society is becoming better.

I’m much better today than yesterday.

According to researchers at the University of Texas, babies like pretty faces better than plain ones.

better bend than break.

Sleep is better than medicine.

If you ask me, ice hockey is infinitely better than football.

It’s faster, and way more exciting.

We had better sit down here.