"Alas!" said the Horse, "if you really wish me to be in good condition
, you should groom me less, and feed me more."
"You will please get yourself into good condition
for the Thanksgiving dinner."
Find me a good condition
! If you cannot, or do not choose to do that, employ me to pursue her, to chase her, to disgrace and to dishonour her.
"Here we are at the end of twenty-five days in good condition
, well fed, and well rested.
The company commanders ran off to their companies, the sergeants major began bustling (the greatcoats were not in very good condition
), and instantly the squares that had up to then been in regular order and silent began to sway and stretch and hum with voices.
The house itself is in tolerably good condition
, though badly weather-stained and in dire need of attention from the glazier, the smaller male population of the region having attested in the manner of its kind its disapproval of dwelling without dwellers.
The work was bound to be completed at latest by the 15th of October following, and the cannon delivered in good condition
under penalty of a forfeit of one hundred dollars a day to the moment when the moon should again present herself under the same conditions-- that is to say, in eighteen years and eleven days.
The following day was passed in trading with the Crows for buffalo robes and skins, and in bartering galled and jaded horses for others that were in good condition
. Some of the men, also, purchased horses on their own account, so that the number now amounted to one hundred and twenty-one, most of them sound and active, and fit for mountain service.
Ruined Pompeii is in good condition
compared to Sebastopol.
If your head isn't cracked, my friend, you must be in fairly good condition
I entreated his imperial majesty to give orders it might be brought to me as soon as possible, describing to him the use and the nature of it: and the next day the waggoners arrived with it, but not in a very good condition
; they had bored two holes in the brim, within an inch and half of the edge, and fastened two hooks in the holes; these hooks were tied by a long cord to the harness, and thus my hat was dragged along for above half an English mile; but, the ground in that country being extremely smooth and level, it received less damage than I expected.
"Faith!" exclaimed Planchet, "here's land in good condition
; if it belongs to Monsieur Porthos I wish him joy."