Sea-Lion was the man who first thought of it, and he talked it over with Dog-Tooth and Big- Fat
Then up spake the fat
Brother more mildly than he had done before.
man looked at him sadly and began his reply.
The Mouse had a good cleaning out while the Cat was gone, and made the house tidy; but the greedy Cat ate the fat
every bit up.
I go to collect the ten fat
goats, the new sleeping mat, and the two pieces of copper wire that your mother will pay for the medicine I shall make to bring you back to her," he said.
The best plan will be for them not to run," said another, "so that neither the thin man break down under the weight, nor the fat
one strip himself of his flesh; let half the wager be spent in wine, and let's take these gentlemen to the tavern where there's the best, and
First there will be a capital roast; then the fat
will find me in goose-grease for six months; and then there are all the beautiful white feathers.
Everybody was excited, except the fat
boy, and he slept as soundly as if the roaring of cannon were his ordinary lullaby.
He came up and kissed Goody through the hole; but he was so fat
that he could not get out.
Losberne, a surgeon in the neighbourhood, known through a circuit of ten miles round as 'the doctor,' had grown fat
, more from good-humour than from good living: and was as kind and hearty, and withal as eccentric an old bachelor, as will be found in five times that space, by any explorer alive.
In a short time he brought a very fat
calf, which, although I did not know it, was my son.
When the archers had stepped forward, the herald rose and proclaimed the rules of the game: how that each man should shoot three shots, and to him who shot best the prize of a yoke of fat
steers should belong.
He is the great prize ox of the sea, too fat
to be delicately good.
Your Royal Highness and Fellow Citizens," he began; "the small cat you see a prisoner before you is accused of the crime of first murdering and then eating our esteemed Ruler's fat
piglet--or else first eating and then murdering it.
Imagine to yourselves a little, fat
man, much wider than he was long, round and shiny as a ball of butter, with a face beaming like an apple, a little mouth that always smiled, and a voice small and wheedling like that of a cat begging for food.