I made the news as it were a hook to catch me victual
and honour among the villagers in a village whose priest drugged my lama.
But I am grieved that thou wilt not feast with me, for thou couldst have victuals
to thy liking, for there stands thy Cook.
I suppose," said Irene, thinking it out, "they was away buying the victuals
Often, too, he would unexpectedly pop his head into the schoolroom while the young people were at meals, and find them spilling their milk over the table and themselves, plunging their fingers into their own or each other's mugs, or quarrelling over their victuals
like a set of tiger's cubs.
If you want to eat and drink, order the victuals
at once," replied one of the runners, sulkily.
We sailed from Peru," he says, "(where we had continued by the space of one whole year) for China and Japan, by the South Sea, taking with us victuals
for twelve months.
Little concern has he with quarrels and courts who has not a year's victuals
laid up betimes, even that which the earth bears, Demeter's grain.
I notice the doctor favors 'em, and I DO like cooking for a man who appreciates his victuals
Now, in the first place, I should be loth to wait till to-morrow when I have the means of appeasing my hunger already before me: in the second place, the solid viands of to-day are more to my taste than the dainties that are promised me; in the third place, I don't see to-morrow's banquet, and how can I tell that it is not all a fable, got up by the greasy-faced fellow that is advising me to abstain in order that he may have all the good victuals
Ye can apollygise to riff-raff of the streets for settin' yer unhandy feet on the tails of their frocks, but ye'd walk on the neck of yer wife the length of a clothes-line without so much as a 'Kiss me fut,' and I'm sure it's that long from rubberin' out the windy for ye and the victuals
cold such as there's money to buy after drinkin' up yer wages at Gallegher's every Saturday evenin', and the gas man here twice to-day for his.
it won't keep you,' says she; 'it will hardly keep you in victuals
She lived upon nothing but victuals
and drink; Victuals
and drink were the whole of her diet, And yet this old woman would NEVER be quiet.
I dare say he will,' replied the lady pettishly, 'on our victuals
and our drink.
I ordered victuals
to be given them, and the poor creatures rather devoured than ate it: they were so exceedingly hungry that they were in a manner ravenous, and had no command of themselves; and two of them ate with so much greediness that they were in danger of their lives the next morning.
My children can eat as much victuals
as most, thank God