She put the biscuits
into his hand, but rejected the compensation.
I told him to eat it with his biscuit
, and own nothing; and we passed the word around, "~Own nothing;~" and "~Own nothing
Billy the Mule stumped off with the swaggering limp of an old campaigner, as the troop-horse's head came nuzzling into my breast, and I gave him biscuits
, while Vixen, who is a most conceited little dog, told him fibs about the scores of horses that she and I kept.
One day, having to go a long way from home, he mounted his horse, taking with him a small wallet in which he had put a few biscuits
and dates, because he had to pass through the desert where no food was to be got.
Pickles ate biscuits
and Ginger ate a dried haddock.
The ground floor of the hotel was occupied by a large bar, a sort of restaurant freely open to all passers-by, who might partake of dried beef, oyster soup, biscuits
, and cheese, without taking out their purses.
I say lucky for us he did not reach us, and I might almost say luckily for himself; for we had only a small breaker of water and some soddened ship's biscuits
with us, so sudden had been the alarm, so unprepared the ship for any disaster.
He made me ransack the house for a flask, which he filled with whiskey; and we lined every available pocket with packets of biscuits
and slices of meat.
On one side, there were the variegated tints of collared and marbled meats, set off by bright green leaves, the pale brown of glazed pies, the rich tones of sauces and bottled fruits enclosed in their veil of glass-- altogether a sight to bring tears into the eyes of a Dutch painter; and on the other, there was a predominance of the more delicate hues of pink, and white, and yellow, and buff, in the abundant lozenges, candies, sweet biscuits
and icings, which to the eyes of a bilious person might easily have been blended into a faery landscape in Turner's latest style.
Prenez encore quelquechose, monsieur; une pomme cuite, des biscuits
, encore une tasse de cafe?
She was so little equal to Rebecca's puddings and Rebecca's hashes, brought to table, as they all were, with such accompaniments of half-cleaned plates, and not half-cleaned knives and forks, that she was very often constrained to defer her heartiest meal till she could send her brothers in the evening for biscuits
my dear master," replied Planchet, "you know very well that your horse is the jewel of the family; that my lads are caressing it all day, and cramming it with sugar, nuts, and biscuits