There is a refreshment
room just on the left," the station-master remarked, ringing violently at a telephone.
Her cousin sent me to her with a civil offer to get her some refreshment
, but I have been snubbed, as usual.
Bless my ham sandwich, but they'll need plenty of some sort of refreshment
," said Mr.
I rang for the tea, and the waiter, reappearing with his magic clue, brought in by degrees some fifty adjuncts to that refreshment
but of tea not a glimpse.
D'Artagnan rushed toward the refreshment
room, the three Musketeers and the two Guards following him.
Some sweet odors suddenly coming forth, without any drops falling, are, in such a company as there is steam and heat, things of great pleasure and refreshment
True, immediately after doing so I left the room with what may possibly have appeared to be precipitation and without waiting for any refreshment
It will be proper to go over again more particularly what we then said, which may serve as an introduction to what any other person may choose to offer thereon; for it is no easy matter to distinctly point out what power it has, nor on what accounts one should apply it, whether as an amusement and refreshment
, as sleep or wine; as these are nothing serious, but pleasing, and the killers of care, as Euripides says; for which reason they class in the same order and use for the same purpose all these, namely, sleep, wine, and music, to which some add dancing; or shall we rather suppose that music tends to be productive of virtue, having a power, as the gymnastic exercises have to form the body in a certain way, to influence the manners so as to accustom its professors to rejoice rightly?
I have ordered tea in the garden," Wingrave said, as the two servants left the room; "that is, unless you prefer any other sort of refreshment
I could count the foot passengers now by twos and threes; and I could see the places of public refreshment
within my view beginning already to close for the night.
You will want some refreshment
after our long journey," said the polite Town Mouse, and took his friend into the grand dining-room.
503: And the author of the "Aegimius", whether he is Hesiod or Cercops of Miletus (says): `There, some day, shall be my place of refreshment
, O leader of the people.