Dick Henderson say he no see dose Injun no more, an' he fin' de door shut' Ba Pierre Cadotte, she's go dead.
"That shall surely dose thee again and--" "Ha!
"Ah, but befo dose taim', dere was wuss taim' dan dat--in Canada.
"Does you mean dose little black specks in de moon, missy?"
Then bring me another lamp and dose the shutters!
When I got at my kit, I took out a bottle of quinine and dosed our servants and orderlies all round, so that they should not have any excuse for getting fever, and then took some myself for the same reason.
Dose your puppies well for worms at eight weeks old, give them practically as much as they will eat, and unlimited exercise.
One is to dose the sick people with quinine and keep the fever down.
While I dose the nobility and clergy, you shall labor in your vocation among the lower orders; and when you have felt your ground a little, I will get you admitted into our body.
For internal complaints, he dosed himself with treak boiled in milk to make him sweat--liquorice it was, bought at the store, an old and tried remedy, the Teriak of the ancients.
Do not some mothers even dose their infants with stupifying medicines to lull them to sleep, in order to have them out of the way?
Noder tam he get mad on one voyageur, but he don' keel heem queek; he bring heem here, mak' heem stay in dose warm room, feed heem dose plaintee grub.
Treatment--I have cured many cases with santonin and areca-nut powder (betel-nut), dose 10 grains to 2 drachms; or turpentine, dose from 10 drops to 1-1/2 drachms, beaten up with yolk of egg.
On that first evening my aunt was lying insensible, to all appearance like one dying; my father with his poor forehead plastered over, from a wound he had received from a daughter dearly loved by him, and who loved him no less dearly; my mother a dead and murdered corpse in the next room,--yet was I wonderfully supported, I dosed not my eyes in sleep that night, but lay without terrors and without despair, I have lost no sleep since, I had been long used not to rest in things of sense,--had endeavored after a comprehension of mind unsatisfied with the "ignorant present time;" and this kept me up.
She carried a candle, which she placed on the floor, dosing the door after her.
Miss Daisy Peters, who had dosed her dog that he might profit?
"Look a-heah, chile, dose cherries fo' to preserve.
Gas shells dosed the centres of communication and bivouac areas, and every quarter of the defences was made uncomfortable.
Thus it was, that Sir Benedict being ordered to his couch, obeyed the soft-spoke command, but being kept there all day, grumbled (albeit to Beltane): being kept there the second day he fell to muttered oaths and cursing (albeit to Beltane): but at sunset he became unruly, in so much that he ventured to remonstrate with the lady Abbess (albeit humbly), whereon she smiled, and bidding Beltane reach her cup and spoon, forthwith mixed a decoction and dosed Sir Benedict that he fell asleep and slumbered amain.
You go as a dignified soldier of her Majesty's; I as an undignified Abel Drugger, to dose Bashi-bazouks."