When their substance is drained
away, the peasantry will be afflicted by heavy exactions.
As soon as the water has drained
off, he creeps up the little creeks that men think would not hide a dog, and there he waits.
But he drained
the last of a bottle into his glass and accepted a cigar which I offered him.
roared the latter, as the dwarf reluctantly drained
Clare's revived thoughts of his father prevented his noticing her particularly; and so they went on down the white row of liquid rectangles till they had finished and drained
them off, when the other maids returned, and took their pails, and Deb came to scald out the leads for the new milk.
With a quick movement he reached for his glass of liqueur brandy and drained
it at a gulp.
The great white apes get the flesh when the plant men have drained
As he drained
his glass, but shook his head when I wished to replenish it, Raffles showed me the flask which he had carried in his pocket: it was still nearly full; and I found that he had otherwise provisioned himself over the holidays.
I liked his eye, and could have sworn to its honesty as I drained
We had drained
the goat-skins dry in a little while.
Where two harvests bloomed every year, hardly one will be gathered from a soil completely drained
of its strength.
Harris said that the danger about desert islands, as far as he had heard, was that they were so damp: but George said no, not if properly drained