Examples of Optative Sentence


Definition of Optative Sentence:

The sentence which expresses a prayer, keen wish, curse etc. is called an optative sentence. This kind of sentence generally starts with ‘may’ and ‘wish’. Sometimes, ‘may’ remains hidden.

Examples of Optative Sentence
Examples of Optative Sentence

Examples of Optative Sentence:

  • May the king of Westeros live long!
  • Long live the king of Westeros.
  • May you two live long enough to see your grandchildren!
  • May God bless us all.
  • May you become successful enough to buy love!
  • May the almighty help in this tragedy!
  • Wish you a very successful married life.

  • Wish you a happy journey together.
  • May your team win the match!
  • May you have a happy and healthy life.
  • May we always be friends.
  • May he achieve great success in his career.
  • May the weather be beautiful for our picnic tomorrow.
  • May they find peace and happiness in their new home.

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