How to use hardly ever in a sentence

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The children are hardly ever picked up by the staff, or played with and many, including Ludmylla, were ill.
Mike hardly ever looks at girls, and when he does, the relationship is doomed from the start.
Ilse was Lutheran, but seemed fairly unreligious and hardly ever attended church.
Dover Samuels is history, as are a bunch of Labour Maori MPs I have hardly ever heard of.
We can hold our liquor and hardly ever shoot each other unless it's important.
Children I know spend more time playing on computers and hardly ever read books.
That is probably why police reports are always lacking and the officers hardly ever show up at court.
Look at tennis, where in any week there are as many as four or five events and the star names hardly ever compete against each other.
Even where there are suspects who are charged, cases hardly ever get concluded.
In fact, they hardly ever come to buy anything from my shop and even if they do I refuse to sell anything to them.
The secret ballot has remained the envy of the world and the integrity of election results hardly ever questioned.
He said he hardly ever picks anyone up, and I said this is the first time I'd successfully hitched.
My sweet cat is very loving and hardly ever moves, so she never causes me any trouble.
However, they're surrounded by sycophants, so they hardly ever get any constructive criticism.
We hardly ever slept well, and we sometimes slept fully clothed in case we needed to escape.
The disadvantage is that the book hardly ever ventures beyond description, and lacks intellectual cohesion.
A pillar of the Kirk, he was also unique among journalists in that he hardly ever swore.
That something she said one moment was incompatible with her next pronouncement hardly ever troubled her.
Double thickness and double weight, Piedfort coins are very rare and hardly ever offered to the general public.
Without so much as a raised voice and despite hardly ever leaving her chair, Gina Clayton's skilled and confident presence fills the theatre.
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Examples from Classical Literature
This was with an odd sort of old man who was hardly ever heard to speak except to join in the 'amens' in the meeting-house.
In some way she had identified herself with Beatrice, and hardly ever spoke of her.
That night was an eventful one to Eustacia's brain, and one which she hardly ever forgot.
But she hardly ever looked in his direction, and when she spoke to him it was in a cold or fretful voice.
Why, she refuses all invitations, and hardly ever goes even to her sewing circle.
Feivke had hardly ever met, or even seen, anyone but the people of Kozlov and their children.
The subaltern had shot a tiger on a tea garden, but had hardly ever gone into the jungle.
In some few there were spots on the skin, but hardly ever petechiae or tumours near the ears.
You'd hardly ever bring round th' old squire to believe he'd gain as much in a straightfor'ard way as by tricks and turns.
The 'eternal truths' of which metaphysicians speak have hardly ever lasted more than a generation.
A general does nothing but command the troops, indicates the objective, and hardly ever uses a weapon himself.
So she kept the common seal and hardly ever rendered an account.
But such a scene of drunkenness was hardly ever seen in this country.
The stormy petrel hardly ever goes on land except to lay her eggs.
I have myself hardly ever observed this form of exhibitionism in children.
So the old man's cough grew every day worse, until there came a time when it hardly ever stopped, and he had become a nuisance about the place.
But this is hardly ever the case, at least as I find it, with Gautier.
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