“This is your true sugar
weather, ‘Duke,” he cried; “a frosty night and a sunshiny day.
"Here it is," said the Fairy, taking a lump from a golden sugar
"It is not the sugar
I want, but only that your little hand should stir my tea."
"Then I'll show you," said Sir Patrick, crossing his legs, and setting in comfortably for a good talk "You go to the tea-shop, and get your moist sugar
. You take it on the understanding that it is moist sugar
Then, suddenly, the countess showed him a bit of sugar
she had found in his pocket while he was speaking to her.
"All I need do is to dust myself with fresh sugar
"Mais vous venez trop tard," she said, rubbing her handkerchief on her hand, which the horse had made wet in taking the sugar
When that official hurried up, fuzzy-haired and somewhat blear-eyed at that early hour, the detective (who was not without an appreciation of the simpler forms of humour) asked him to taste the sugar
and see if it was up to the high reputation of the hotel.
He jest smacked his lips over the bit as if 't was a lump o' sugar
. `Land, Rebecca,' I says, `how'd you persuade him to take the bit?' `I didn't,' she says, `he seemed to want it; perhaps he's tired of his stall and wants to get out in the fresh air.'"
Then, biting off a tiny bit of sugar
, he bowed to his hosts, said, 'Your health!' and drew in the steaming liquid.
There was literally nothing else in the station but rice and coffee; they drank the coffee without sugar
. The last fifteen lumps Kayerts had solemnly locked away in his box, together with a half-bottle of Cognac, "in case of sickness," he explained.
I planted sugar
cane--the first commercial planting on Manatomana.
tobacco in roll, and sugar
in chests, besides rum, molasses, &c., which is the consequence of a sugar-work; and I found by this account, that every year the income considerably increased; but, as above, the disbursements being large, the sum at first was small: however, the old man let me see that he was debtor to me four hundred and seventy moidores of gold, besides sixty chests of sugar
and fifteen double rolls of tobacco, which were lost in his ship; he having been shipwrecked coming home to Lisbon, about eleven years after my having the place.
Once settled at the plantation he seemed to like to sit upon the wide portico in the shade of one of the big Corinthian pillars, smoking his cigar lazily and listening attentively to Gaston's experience as a sugar
How is the son of a British yeoman, who has been fed principally on salt pork and yeast dumplings, to know that there is satiety for the human stomach even in a paradise of glass jars full of sugared
almonds and pink lozenges, and that the tedium of life can reach a pitch where plum-buns at discretion cease to offer the slightest excitement?