Below are some examples of sentences from classic literature using words classed as Nouns.
Nouns include words such as:
John, Parliament; cat, dog, pheasant; street, ocean, icicle; arrival, suspicion, companionship.
They put a name on a person, a thing or an idea. For example:
• “Have a can of hot water,
and clean towels, and fresh cakes of soap,
put in each room.”
A Noun can be made the subject of a Verb, making a complete stand-alone sentence. For example:
• The weather was fine.
• My mother is in town.
• Improvements were needed.