And imagine me, who had melted a silver spoon in my mouth--a sizable silver spoon steward--imagine me, my old sore bones, my old belly reminiscent of youth's delights, my old palate ticklish yet and not all withered of the deviltries of taste learned in younger days--as I say, steward, imagine me, who had ever been free-handed, lavish, saving that dollar and a half intact like a miser, never spending a penny of it on tobacco, never mitigating by purchase of any little delicacy the sad condition of my stomach that protested against the harshness and indigestibility of our poor fare.
A sum that in the days ere the silver spoon had melted, I staked in careless moods of an instant on a turn of the cards.
The fire being lit, the hearth swept, and a small kettle of a very antique pattern, such as I thought I remembered to have seen in old farmhouses in England, placed over the now ruddy flame, Frances' hands were washed, and her apron removed in an instant then she opened a cupboard, and took out a tea-tray, on which she had soon arranged a china tea-equipage, whose pattern, shape, and size, denoted a remote antiquity; a little, old-fashioned silver spoon
was deposited in each saucer; and a pair of silver tongs, equally old-fashioned, were laid on the sugar-basin; from the cupboard, too, was produced a tidy silver cream-ewer, not larger then an egg-shell.
They don't make a noise, anyway, though I'm really afraid for our landlady's silver spoons .
Amalia Ivanovna ran about the room, shouting at the top of her voice, that she was mistress of the house and that Katerina Ivanovna should leave the lodgings that minute; then she rushed for some reason to collect the silver spoons from the table.
As for one dozen well-manufactured silver spoons
and forks at per oz.
I brought the last here - and you gathered them, as a magpie gathers silver spoons
, for the mere love of stealing
There were the real solid silver teapot, cream-ewer, and sugar-basin, on the table, and real silver spoons
to stir the tea with, and real china cups to drink it out of, and plates of the same, to hold the cakes and toast in.
She'd even bought silver spoons
and forks, and kept them in her trunk.
and had it taken the form of cast-off clothes, or worn-out silver spoons
, or unfashionable jewellery, or anything of that sort?
Hepzibah brought out Some old silver spoons
with the family crest upon them, and a china tea-set painted over with grotesque figures of man, bird, and beast, in as grotesque a landscape.
You're all born with silver spoons
in your mouths, and then you swagger about with everlasting virtue because you haven't got other people's spoons in your pockets.
Far from being born with a silver spoon
in her mouth, Geri's worked hard to get where she is today on her own terms and is still out there flying the flag for female empowerment.
It would be difficult to describe the Italian cuisine without mentioning "The Silver Spoon
," one of the most influential and bestselling Italian cookbooks over the past seven decades.
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