He would slip into old Burge's shoes and make a fine
thing of that building business, I'll answer for him.
It is true, as our Sahib said just now, there is one fine
for catching slaves, and yet another for making to sell them.
Your fine cords would soon get a bit rubbed," said an infantryman, wiping the mud off his face with his sleeve.
You'd look fine," said a corporal, chaffing a thin little soldier who bent under the weight of his knapsack.
Certainly; she is fonder of geraniums, and seems more docile, though not so fine
We can go mad with joy, as the people do out in the fields on a fine
Around the edge of the pool were set rows of fine
emeralds as large as door-knobs, while the water of the bath was clear as crystal.
The Grasshopper sat without on a green bank, and reflected on worldly things; and he said too, "Yes, a fine
exterior is everything--a fine
exterior is what people care about.
land this,' said one of them, pointing with his umbrella to the wide fields on the right, conspicuous for their compact hedgerows, deep, well-cut ditches, and fine
timber-trees, growing sometimes on the borders, sometimes in the midst of the enclosure:
example was the Prodigal Son--when he started back home.
With the first peep of day I opened my eyes, to find myself in a great chamber, hung with stamped leather, furnished with fine
embroidered furniture, and lit by three fair windows.
, all Sedley's wealthy friends had dropped off one by one, and this poor ex- dependent still remained faithfully attached to him.
I took a gold watch, with a silk purse of gold, his fine
full-bottom periwig and silver-fringed gloves, his sword and fine
snuff-box, and gently opening the coach door, stood ready to jump out while the coach was going on; but the coach stopped in the narrow street beyond Temple Bar to let another coach pass, I got softly out, fastened the door again, and gave my gentleman and the coach the slip both together, and never heard more of them.
My partner and the old pilot had gone express back to the port where we had first put in, to dispose of some goods which we had left there; and I, with a Chinese merchant whom I had some knowledge of at Nankin, and who came to Pekin on his own affairs, went to Nankin, where I bought ninety pieces of fine
damasks, with about two hundred pieces of other very fine
silk of several sorts, some mixed with gold, and had all these brought to Pekin against my partner's return.
English girls not so fine
as Spanish--noble creatures--jet hair --black eyes--lovely forms--sweet creatures--beautiful.