Some sentences express a heartfelt wish, prayer, or even a curse. Such sentences are called optative sentences. They may end in a full stop or an exclamation mark.
In this post, you will find the top 25+ Examples of Optative Sentences.
Examples of Optative Sentences
Following are some important examples of Optative Sentences.
- May Lord bless you.
- Let the people appreciate your greatness.
- May his soul rest in peace.
- Let your efforts be crowned with success.
- Let us pray for his safe return.
- If I could fly like an aeroplane!
- May God save the king.
- Let a hundred flowers blossom.
- Lord, Thy will be done.
- Heaven’s light is our guide.
- May you be happy forever, my son.
- May God help you.
- Blessed be your tongue.
- May Thy will be fulfilled through my life.
- Would that your mother had been alive today!
- He prayed that God might bless him (or, me).
- The priest prayed to God that He might pardon his (the accused’s) sins.
- We prayed that Mother Teresa’s soul might rest in peace.
- The retiring teacher bade goodbye (or, farewell) to all his pupils.
- They prayed that Netaji might live long.
- My grandfather blessed me wishing that I might be happy.
- Father wished him prosperity.
- Ajay bade his brother welcome to his home.
- The old man wished me a long life.
- Amal expressed a wish that he could get that prize.
- Souray wished his playmates good morning and expressed his hope that they were quite well.
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