If it be that she can, by our hypnotic trance, tell what the Count see and hear, is it not more true that he who have hypnotise her first, and who have drink of her very blood and make her drink of his, should, if he will, compel her mind to disclose to him that which she know?"
A busy student imbibes or drinks in knowledge; he is absorbed in a subject that takes his whole attention.
Let us drink to their health, wealth, long life, happiness and prosperity and may they long continue to hold the proud and self-won position which they hold in their profession and the position of honour and affection which they hold in our hearts.”
He also drank from his glass.
The dark damp night was coming and he longed to spend it in the bars, drinking with his friends amid the glare of gas and the clatter of glasses.
They drank at intervals from their huge pint tumblers and smoked, spitting often on the floor and sometimes dragging the sawdust over their spits with their heavy boots.
They stopped just before the end of it to drink for luck.
drink up, imbibe, swallow up, A fluid that is absorbed is taken up into the mass of the absorbing body, with which it may or may not permanently combine.
Ignatius Gallaher drank off his whisky and shook his head.
"It's a conspiracy, then," cried Passepartout, who became more and more excited as the liquor mounted in his head, for he drank without perceiving it.
The first is, for to eat or drink before time.
He drank on, however, and had four or five shillings to pay out of his wages every Saturday night for that muddling liquor; an expense I was free from.
When Mr. and Miss Murdstone were at home, I took my meals with them; in their absence, I ate and drank by myself.
narrate She rent her sunny hair, wrung her hands, wept, and bewailed her fate; vowing that, since, “for the cruelty,” she could handle neither sword nor dart, she would abstain from meat and drink until she died.
"You ought to het a quart o' drink into 'ee, as I've done," said Marian.
40:010:042 And whosoever shall give to drink unto one of these little ones a cup of cold water only in the name of a disciple, verily I say unto you, he shall in no wise lose his reward.
To this hour they dare not presume to touch my bread, or drink outof the same cup, neither was I ever able to let one of them take meby the hand.
The voices and laughs of the workfolk eating and drinking under the rick came to her as if they were a quarter of a mile off.
In Flanders whilom was a companyOf younge folkes, that haunted folly,As riot, hazard, stewes,* and taverns; *brothels Where as with lutes, harpes, and giterns, guitars They dance and play at dice both day and night, And eat also, and drink over their might; Through which they do the devil sacrifice Within the devil’s temple, in cursed wise, By superfluity abominable.
With much pain and difficulty he pursued his journey, nor had he any pleasure either in eating or drinking during the three months of his pilgrimage.
Gob, he’d let you pour all manner of drink down his throat till the Lord would call him before you’d ever see the froth of his pint.
The good old man loved a chirruping cup to his heart, but was ashamed to drink among strangers.
Drinkers, drinking, laughed spluttering, their drink against their breath.