I ain't afeared of anything on this side o' the grave; but I thought that maybe it was him that died o' the typhoid inspecting the drains
what killed him.
A short time, however, spent in revelry, would be sufficient to drain
his purse and sate him with civilized life, and he would return with new relish to the unshackled freedom of the forest.
You can crawl through the drain into the kitchen and then into the pantry, and there you will find cakes, ham, beef, cold chicken, roast pig, apple-dumplings, and everything that your heart can wish.
The wolf did not want to be asked twice; so that very night he went to the house and crawled through the drain into the kitchen, and then into the pantry, and ate and drank there to his heart's content.
Then, while Ferguson and Kennedy lay there motionless, the resistless longing came over him to drain
the last few drops of water that had been kept in reserve.
The creeks that drain
that side the Klondike watershed are just as likely to have gold as the creeks that drain
The thirsty father was at the upper end of the fields, where they were making a drain
The cord was made in England: A rough cord, a tough cord, A cord that bowmen love; So we'll drain
our jacks To the English flax And the land where the hemp was wove.
the lees upon my knees, For oh, the draught is good; I drink to Life, I drink to Death, And smack my lips with song, For when I die, another 'I' shall pass the cup along.
It became necessary to employ very powerful pumps and compressed-air engines to drain
it off, so as to close up the orifice from whence it issued; just as one stops a leak on board ship.
O Sophia, how easily could I drain
my veins to preserve one drop of that dear blood.
You won't have to drain
the meadow, or plow it, or anything.