He attends school too, and laughs till he cries if you hold up a finger to him; he will drink himself senseless—not as a regular vice, but at times, when people treat him, like a child.
I know that I went back to drink, like the beast that I was.
Like the mate, he had been drinking.
They lives rough, and they risk swinging, but they eat and drink like fighting-cocks, and when a cruise is done, why, it's hundreds of pounds instead of hundreds of farthings in their pockets.
She can drink milk like a real baby.
So drink this down like a good girl, and you’ll be none the worse for it.”
What we know for certain is that he conquered the Persian Empire, and never went far beyond its boundaries; and that when he was supposed to be making these vast and noble plans, he was in fact indulging in such monstrous antics as his mourning for his favourite Hephaestion, and as his main occupation he was drinking himself to death.
The use ofintoxicating drinks as a beverage, is as much an infatuation, as is thesmoking of opium by the Chinese, and the former is quite as destructiveto the success of the business man as the latter.
She drank a little milk as temporary refreshment--to the surprise--indeed, slight contempt--of Dairyman Crick, to whose mind it had apparently never occurred that milk was good as a beverage.
Faith, sir, we were carousing till the second cock; and drink, sir, is a great provoker of three things.
Drinking, even temperately, was a sin.
The sweet drink, named for its tendency to furiously fizz with bubbles, was a favorite with small beasts—and with Burwell.
"True, drink is a pleasant delight."
A rather popular drink at present is an equal mixture of white grape-juice and ginger ale with mint leaves and much ice.
tis so, when tongue shall like a bird Take wing, soaring aloft, and as the wind Fly aimless over mountain, hill and dale, Until tired nature doth demand repose, Why did I Roosevelt as a pattern take And boast his doctrines as the wisdom's fount From which I drank as a disciple might Who worships blindly at his idol's shrine?
Oros led us to a house well-built and furnished, where at his bidding, like men in a dream, we drank of some liquor which he gave us.
Boasted full oft, as my beer they drank, earls o'er the ale-cup, armed men, that they would bide in the beer-hall here, Grendel's attack with terror of blades.
The notion of "favour" has, INTER PARES, neither significance nor good repute; there may be a sublime way of letting gifts as it were light upon one from above, and of drinking them thirstily like dew-drops; but for those arts and displays the noble soul has no aptitude.
His sleep, his meat, his drink is *him byraft, taken away from him*That lean he wex*, and dry as any shaft. *
Drink it off, like a good child.
Camon's table sat beside the bar, where the over-priced drinks were simply another way Camon exploited those who worked for him.
“I drink very little as a rule,” said Little Chandler modestly. “
Drink like the devil till it turns adelite.
This, when it was brought to him, he drank slowly, like a connoisseur, lingering on the taste and still looking about him at the cliffs and up at our signboard.