I am cruel, thou bleedest--: what meaneth thy praise of my drunken cruelty?
All joy wanteth the eternity of all things, it wanteth honey, it wanteth lees, it wanteth drunken midnight, it wanteth graves, it wanteth grave- tears' consolation, it wanteth gilded evening-red--
He walked along the pavement like a drunken man, regardless of the passers-by, and jostling against them, and only came to his senses when he was in the next street.
Besides the two drunken men he had met on the steps, a group consisting of about five men and a girl with a concertina had gone out at the same time.
Keep your tongue still, or it will be the worse for you," shouted the most drunken of the archers.
Brave young signor," cried the tall man, throwing his arms round Alleyne, "how can we thank you enough for taking our parts against those horrible drunken barbarians.
The drunken boy talked of Helen White and said he had been with her on the shore of a sea and had made love to her.
Something in the still night drew them together and when the drunken boy's head began to clear they talked.
A thorough Frenchman, the national characteristic of ferocity had not been omitted by nature in compounding the ingredients of his character; it had appeared first in his access of drunken
wrath, when some of his demonstrations of hatred to my person were of a truly fiendish character, and now it was more covertly betrayed by momentary contractions of the features, and flashes of fierceness in his light blue eyes, when their glance chanced to encounter mine.
He wanted the light of his universe back again-the drink and the drunken
slumber, the savage beatings and the savage caresses.
shouted Pierre, banging the table with a determined and drunken
gesture and preparing to climb out of the window.
Monty himself was unkempt and unwashed, his eyes were bloodshot, and he had fallen half across the table with the gesture of a drunken
But Borckman, whose brain was well a-crawl by virtue of the many nips, clung to a petty idea after the fashion of drunken
Overwhelmed by a spasm of drunken
adoration, he drew two or three bills from his pocket, and, with the trembling fingers of an offering priest, laid them on the table before the woman.
Thomas said she'd take me, though she was poor and had a drunken