3:17 And unto Adam he said, Because thou hast hearkened unto the voice of thy wife, and hast eaten of the tree, of which I commanded thee, saying, Thou shalt not eat of it: cursed is the ground for thy sake; in sorrow shalt thou eat of it all the days of thy life; 3:18 Thorns also and thistles shall it bring forth to thee; and thou shalt eat the herb of the field; 3:19 In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto the ground; for out of it wast thou taken: for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.
Father Slessor groaned, but sat up to the table and ate dinner with his family.
40:18 And Joseph answered and said, This is the interpretation thereof: The three baskets are three days: 40:19 Yet within three days shall Pharaoh lift up thy head from off thee, and shall hang thee on a tree; and the birds shall eat thy flesh from off thee.
Go to bed early and eat wholesome food!"
To make things worse, she found that all the rest of her family, including Chet, had breakfasted bright and early, which meant that she would have to eat her breakfast in lonely state.
Some days I would go without any fire at all, and eat raw frozen meat and melt snow in my mouth for water.
Why, gentlemen, I haven't eaten a civilised meal, with all the trimmings, for over two years.
Then because she was used to these things, Mother Slessor heaved a sigh and said quietly, "Come and eat supper, Robert."
This was the woe that ate the mother's heart; this was the sorrow that clouded millions of homes when mothers saw their boys pranked out in the trappings of war.
Therefore, that you may not think I am speaking against one person instead of the general custom, I propose that from this day forward the godhead be given to none of those who eat the fruits of the earth, or whom mother earth doth nourish.
Colonel Musgrave ate his fish with deliberation. "
The day was warm, and we trudged along leisurely enough, stopping about mid-day to eat our lunch upon a great flat rock near the riverbank.
"Kitchen things that you don't know nothing about except to eat good things out of."
They were eating grass on a hill, as cows do.
A white child in a tenth of the time would have eaten the cakes, torn off the transfiguring tinfoil, tired of the tree, and forgotten it.
At dinner-time I took my place at table on his right hand in low spirits, ate little, and said nothing.
Eating a Christmas Pie: He put in his thumb And pulled out a plum, And said, "What a brave boy am I." In Canto I, I have shown the varied emotions which seized the tender soul of Old Mother HUBBARD'S Dog.
They staid just to eat the eggs of the wild birds.
We eat apples and throw the cores at the pig to hear him grunt.
The acid eats its way, and then they eat their way.
He was eating a cucumber sandwich at the moment young Roger Musgrave came into the world, and by that action very nearly accomplished Patricia's death.
The priests would tell the people that juju had eaten the men.
Then I got up and dressed and walked to the railway station, where I drank coffee and ate biscuits.
Having watched his movements for ten minutes or so I descended to the big salle-a-manger and there ate my luncheon, chatting to the French waiter the while.
Mr. Jones ate merely a mouthful, but he evidently endeavored to follow the conversation and take an interest in what was said.
When he was bad--that is, when he had eaten his daily fill of the camp's scanty store (in such a little place it was not easy to hide from such a hunter as Kaviak)--he was taken down to the Little Cabin, smacked, and made to say "Ow Farva."
He was wearing a clean collar and new necktie, and ate only four pieces of bread and butter, besides his bacon.
I cannot eat your salt and steal your honor.
II: 'Troth, sir, she has eaten up all her beef, and she is herself in the tub.'
But you're my Prince, and that I own you so, Is all remains in me of Sense or Justice; The rest is Rage, which if thou gett'st not hence Will eat up that small morsel too of Reason, And leave me nothing to preserve thy life with.
Be sure to fix suspicion upon some person, even if you are compelled to eat your own words on the following day.
One night I would eat pork and hominy with a rough fellow who was carving a farm out of the forest; and the next I would sit in a fine panelled hall and listen to gentlefolks' speech, and dine off damask and silver.
"Yes, or who wants to be Red Riding Hood's wolf and eat up Mary's little lamb?"
And these first men up here, why, it's plain as day--they just hung on, things gettin' worse and worse, and colder and colder, and some said, as the old men we laugh at say at home, 'The climate ain't what it was when I was a boy,' and nobody believed 'em, but everybody began to dress warmer and eat fat, and--" "All that Buffon says is--" "Yes--and they invented one thing after another to meet the new conditions--kaiaks and bidarras and ivory-tipped harpoons"--he was pouring out his new notions at the fastest express rate--"and the animals that couldn't stand it emigrated, and those that stayed behind got changed--" "Dry up."
"When the horses gave out they had to eat dogs, cats, rats even.
And with such gifts, friend Zaide, thou spreadest thy banquet board, And bidst them eat the dish so sweet, and never say a word!
And the reason is readily explained when I state the fact that Patsy's Uncle John Merrick, the round little bald-headed man who sat contentedly eating his soup, was a man of many millions, and this girl his favorite niece.
I never eat potatoes, and many well-meaning persons are greatly concerned over it--they regard the exclusion of potatoes from one's dietary as almost criminal.
In the interim Savarin was idle, and at length, tired with his painful state of inaction, he said to Laperte, whilst the latter was still in full career, "Mon cher, you will not eat as many oysters to-day as you meant; let us dine."
The children were all eating a kind of light pudding, known in Lancashire by the name of "Berm-bo," or, "Berm-dumplin'," made of flour and yeast, mixed with a little suet.
6:1 And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 6:2 Speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them, When either man or woman shall separate themselves to vow a vow of a Nazarite, to separate themselves unto the LORD: 6:3 He shall separate himself from wine and strong drink, and shall drink no vinegar of wine, or vinegar of strong drink, neither shall he drink any liquor of grapes, nor eat moist grapes, or dried.
The idea of occupying a person a great while, and affording him much pleasure at the same time, in eating a small quantity of Food, may, perhaps, appear ridiculous to some; but those who consider the matter attentively, will perceive that it is very important.
"I'll eat my head if Barry St. Leger hasn't called Thayendanega's gang together with the idea of stiffenin' their backs so they'll be willin' to make an assault.
She saw alligators and crocodiles swimming in the muddy waters, ever ready to eat black children who would come too close to the river.
The old woods should stand here always as God made them, growing on until the earthworm ate away their roots, and the strong winds hurled them to the ground, and new woods should be permitted to supply the place of the old so long as the earth remained.
We afterwards ate our rice among the dead bodies.
Many of these are cannibals who eat other people."
Clive rose, laughed, nodded at Ethel, and ate ginger-bread nuts all at the same time.
But fortunately the Ouzel has no enemy so eager to eat his little body as to follow him into the mountain solitudes.
But they sat chilled and moody, eating plum-pudding as if it had been so much beans and bacon.