Michael's unacquainted with the fact, that, instead of spending the Sabbath in wrestling, boxing, and drinking whisky
, we were trying to learn how to read the will of God; for they had much this is the same man who gave me the roots to prevent my being whipped by Mr.
Alan must have uncorked a bottle of whisky and drank three or four glasses one after the other, without sitting down, for there was no chair, and that in his own cold lobby on this freezing night
This was the reason of the whisky drinking in the passage, of his unwillingness to welcome John, of his strange behaviour and bewildered words; this was why he had started at and harped upon the name of murder; this was why he had stood and hearkened, or sat and covered his eyes, in the black night.
I bowed and drank some whisky
and water to hide my confusion, for I am a modest man--and Sir Henry went on.
You remember that I asked whether whisky
and brandy were in the cabin.
George said he felt thirsty (I never knew George when he didn't); and, as I had a presentiment that a little whisky
, warm, with a slice of lemon, would do my complaint good, the debate was, by common assent, adjourned to the following night; and the assembly put on its hats and went out.
Aynesworth sipped his whisky
and Apollinaris, and lit a cigarette.
Captain Oleson swore blasphemously, and sent a house-boy to bring whisky
Dunfer--or, as he was familiarly known in the neighborhood, Whisky
It was here, in the cabin of the Idler, that I first heard "Blow the Man Down," "Flying Cloud," and "Whisky
, Johnny, Whisky
The whole city, high and low, the quays bordering the Patapsco, the ships lying in the basins, disgorged a crowd drunk with joy, gin, and whisky
The established story of his conversion was familiar on the more puritanic platforms and pulpits, how he had been, when only a boy, drawn away from Scotch theology to Scotch whisky
, and how he had risen out of both and become (as he modestly put it) what he was.
And bring out the cigars and the whisky
you'll find in my berth.
Fentolin himself escorted the inspector into the library and ordered whisky
The fumes of whisky
were on his lips at such times.