The old witch took three or four more whiffs of her pipe and smiled.
Well; I didn't mean to dabble in witchcraft to-day, further than the lighting of my pipe, but a witch I am, and a witch I'm likely to be, and there's no use trying to shirk it.
The Nome King could think of nothing to say next, so he puffed away at his pipe
and paced up and down the room.
Smoke away, you dog,' said Quilp, turning to the boy; 'fill your pipe again and smoke it fast, down to the last whiff, or I'll put the sealing-waxed end of it in the fire and rub it red hot upon your tongue.
cried Brass faintly, as he again applied himself to the odious pipe.
Next he repaired the broken pipe, gathered his tools together, and started up the trail.
He put the tools away, took a great drink of the water that again flowed through the pipes, and sat down on the bench by the open kitchen door.
And this dim ray of light did so diffuse itself within him, and did so kindle up and shine, that at last he had it as plainly and visibly before him as the blaze by which he sat; and, fully persuaded that he was the first to make the discovery, and that he had started, hunted down, fallen upon, and knocked on the head, a perfectly original idea which had never presented itself to any other man, alive or dead, he laid down his pipe, rubbed his hands, and chuckled audibly.
Having preferred this request, Mr Willet chuckled a third time, and after these unusual demonstrations of levity, he put his pipe in his mouth again.
Charley appearing with a tray, on which are the pipe, a small paper of tobacco, and the brandy- and-water, he asks her, "How do you come here
Then he dismisses her, lights his pipe, and drinks to Mr.
I asked, for Holmes was turning the pipe
about in his hand, and staring at it in his peculiar pensive way.
Omer inside, smoking his pipe
by the parlour door, I entered, and asked him how he was.
Put a flask of wine and the largest pipe
in the little vaulted room behind the hall.
Maclaren, our hostess, thought nothing good enough for such a guest; and as Duncan Dhu (which was the name of our host) had a pair of pipes
in his house, and was much of a lover of music, this time of my recovery was quite a festival, and we commonly turned night into day.