I must study this question of value," said Sir Charles dubiously, refilling his goblet
Here is health and prosperity to you, gallant Robin," said Sir Richard, tilting his goblet
But, Lady Eleanore, in requital of that harm, if such there be, and for your own earthly and heavenly welfare, I pray you to take one sip of this holy wine, and then to pass the goblet
round among the guests.
was set on a table beside the king's throne; and a fly, meaning just to sip a little from the brim, immediately tumbled into it, dead.
A silver goblet
was too glittering a prize not to catch the eye of a Pierced-nose.
He bore a crystal goblet
containing a liquor colorless as water, but bright enough to be the draught of immortality.
Mills lowered his head slowly, then tossed down his throat some wine out of a Venetian goblet
Hereupon the Angel of the Odd replenished my goblet
(which was about a third full of Port) with a colorless fluid that he poured from one of his hand bottles.
Many large, bitter drops fell into the goblet
as he took it, humbly, from the hand of the tyrant.
He mounted the steps and entered the room where the maiden was sitting, with a golden goblet
full of wine in front of her.
Life tastes much the same, whether we quaff it from a golden goblet
or drink it out of a stone mug.
On this table stood an inkhorn spotted with ink, some parchments, several pens, and a large goblet
of chased silver.
my glass is empty," said Aramis, lifting his dazzling Venetian goblet
O-Tar had risen and was angrily emphasizing his words with heavy blows upon the table, dealt with a golden goblet
When they had forced a goblet
of the fiery liquid upon him, Peter of Colfax regained his lost nerve enough so that he could raise his sword arm and defend himself; and as the fumes circulated through him, and the primal instinct of self-preservation asserted itself, he put up a more and more creditable fight, until those who watched thought that he might indeed have a chance to vanquish the Outlaw of Torn.