rest in a sentence

rest meaning:

n.) To lie; to relax after work or activity

n.) part of something that remains.

n.) A state of quiet or relaxation

rest sentence:

He needed to rest.

I want to take a rest.

They had a rest for a while.

As I was tired, I took a rest.

He stopped work and took a rest.

The rest of them will come very soon.

I’m tired, so I should get some rest.

He towers above the rest of the class.

As you are tired, you had better rest.

I always rest for an hour after dinner.

It’s very important to get enough rest.

We cannot go any farther without a rest.

The old man stopped for a moment to rest.

My grandfather wants to live quietly for the rest of his life.

His legs were pitifully thin compared to the rest of his bulk.

The rest of the staff have been hired on short-term contracts.

Each child had to give a short speech to the rest of the class.

Ten pirates were killed and the rest abandoned ship and escaped.

A passenger was injured so badly he will be paraplegic for the rest of his life.

The music room is shut off from the rest of the house by a soundproof partition.

Students often see little connection between school and the rest of their lives.

The rest of the world struggles on with its perpetual problems, poverty and debt.

We took a rest for a while.

He was caught smoking in the rest room.

We shouldn’t let the problem rest here.

At intervals she would stop for a rest.

The rest of the room was neat and impersonal.

He wolfed down the rest of the biscuit and cheese.

If you have a cold, you should get plenty of rest.

He needs more time off duty for relaxation and rest.

She had a disruptive influence on the rest of the class.

He finds it difficult to keep up with the rest of the class.

Your statement is in conflict with the rest of the evidence.

She took the pills and lay down to rest with her eyes closed.

His secretary says he will be incommunicado for the rest of the day.

The residential blocks were integrated with the rest of the college.