Third-person singular simple present indicative form of picture.(verb)
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Use "pictures" in a sentence
"Just as we know that youthful readers like a story-book all the better when it has got pictures in it; so God taught the early church, when it was in a state of "_childhood_," by means of similar _pictures_ or _types_; and the present was one of them."
"While I know we have yet to share all the pictures from our Victorian Christmas celebration (which is not to say we don't have any pictures*), the house has been looking holiday-ready for weeks."
"Brucemister wants lots of pictures (how else will he know if I’ve been with boys?) and says he might have an attachment for The Thing to take pictures "