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You too come forth,' He will say, 'Come forth ye drunkards, come forth, ye weak ones, come forth, ye children of shame
It was what he had looked for, yet it shocked him; and he marvelled that so rough an impact should not have kicked a groan out of the drunkard.
Behind the table lay the drunkard, still unaroused, only one foot visible to John.
It was not Alan who lay there, but a man well up in years, of stern countenance and iron-grey locks; and it was no drunkard, for the body lay in a black pool of blood, and the open eyes stared upon the ceiling.
In one thing, however, they showed superior judgment and self- command to most of their race; this was, in their abstinence from ardent spirits, and the abhorrence and disgust with which they regarded a drunkard.
The subject was a German who kept a liquor-shop aud was an inveterate drunkard.
Bring a thief, a drunkard, any outcast off the streets, and I promise you I'll do everything I can for them gladly.
In that world, the handsome drunkard Number One of the second gun's crew was "uncle"; Tushin looked at him more often than at anyone else and took delight in his every movement.
To Trent, who had known him for years as a broken-down hanger-on of the settlement at Buckomari, a drunkard, gambler, a creature to all appearance hopelessly gone under, this look and this almost passionate appeal were like a revelation.
It was the usual thing - the disappointment of the baffled drunkard - a little more terrible in his case perhaps because of the remnants of refinement still to be traced in his well-shaped features.
MY friend," said a distinguished officer of the Salvation Army, to a Most Wicked Sinner, "I was once a drunkard, a thief, an assassin.
from William Jay Greenly's The Three Drunkards (1858)
Awake, ye drunkards, and weep" (Joel 1:5) for the hour of the Lord is at hand
Dunleavy became one of the most hated figures in the Big Apple earlier this year when he branded the men who saved lives at the World Trade Centre as a bunch of drunkards.
Plaid Cymru are dangerous, psychotic drunkards under whose rule Wales would quickly descend into chaos and Warlordism,' says the site, a little unfairly.