He grew to love this leisured life of bright and open spaces; and its long solitudes, grateful with the warm odors of growing things and with poignant bird-noises; and the tranquillity of these meadows, that were always void of hurry, bedrugged the man through many fruitless and contented hours.
One's sense of smell, like the sense of taste, is sharpest when he is hungry, and I am convinced also that one sees and hears best when unclogged with food, undulled with drink, undrugged with smoke.
Some, like those at Madruga, not far from Havana, still have a considerable patronage.
For I am a cunning leech, and know the virtue of every herb and every vegetable drug better than Dhanwantari himself.
Drug- dealing boards.
The ambassador thus honorably accompanied, the Chauses foremost, next his men on foote all going by two and two, himselfe last with his Chause and Drugaman or Interpreter, and 4 Ianissaries, which he doeth vsually entertaine in his house to accompany him continually abroad, came to the Seraglio about an Engush mile from the water side, where first hee passed a great gate into a large court (much like the space before Whitehall gate) where he with his gentlemen alighted and left their horses.
I have drugg'd their possets That death and nature do contend about them, Whether they live or die.
His last week on earth had been more of a strain on Jimmie than he appreciated; and the night the Ceramic sailed he slept the drugged sleep of complete nervous exhaustion.
The cake-bakers, however, were in no way inclinable to the request of the shepherds; and, what is worse, they insulted them hugely, calling them babblers, broken-mouths, carrot-pates, tunbellies, fly-catchers, sneakbies, joltheads, slabberdegullion druggels, and other defamatory epithets.
+Druggen+, v. to pull with force, CM, C.--Cp.
Abel Drugger" a tobacconist, and "Dapper" a lawyer's clerk, are two other dupes. "
Mar. Indeed, M. Doctor, your commodities are rare; a guard of Urinals in the morning; a plaguie fellow at midnight; a fustie Potticarie ever at hand with his fustian drugges, attending your pispot worship.
At first I struggled with a great deal of persecution, took up with a lodging which had a window no bigger than a pocket looking-glass, dined at a three-penny ordinary enough to starve a vacation tailor, kept little company, went clad in homely drugget, and drunk wine as seldom as a rechabite, or the grand seignior's confessor."
Spotless white druggeting covered the floor and stairs, and everything indoors denoted a careful housekeeper.
The fact is, I am retained by the Norwich people, and have already appeared in their paper under the signatures of "Lucius Sergius," "Bluff," "Broad-Cloth," "No-Trade-to-the-Woollen-Trade," "Anti-plush," &c., in defence of druggets and long camblets.
Mrs. Druggett, wife of the above.
None of yer druggin' with chloroform or ticklin' with blackjacks.
can you afford the cessation of labor and the ceaseless drugging and douching of your last few years?
There the metal worker or the cloth worker, the wheelwright or the druggist of yesterday did his work under almost exactly the same conditions as his predecessor did it five hundred years before.
"There's a lance-shaped leaf that is sharp at the base instead of the point; that's named 'ob-lanceolate'; and there's one called 'spatulate' that looks like the spatula that druggists mix things with."
This was either a porter-brewer's dray, or more probably the Van of his druggist.--Scriblerus.
Postilion, stay, thou drugg'st on like an ass.
drunken, C3; +uordrunken+S. +For-drughe+, v. to dry up, S; +fordruye+, pp.,
Van must live his life in utter druglessness for a time.
What more natural than that they should keep their drugs for their own troops?
There are other drugs--" "Yes.
Truth lies between the two extremes; and we are beginning to recognize the fact, which experience daily teaches us, that light, air, and motion are more potent than drugs,--and that iron will not redden the cheeks, nor bark restring the nerves, so safely and so surely as moderate daily exercise out of doors.
You are going to take it to the drugstore and have it put up."
The drugstores are all closed on account of the riot, and for the same reason we couldn't get any ice."
And many stores--especially drugstores-- offered public use of their phones.
But to say that a substance is a poison is to say at least that it is a noxious drug,--that it is a medicine, not an aliment,--that its effects are pathological, not physiological,--and that its use should therefore be exceptional, not habitual.
--E. This alludes to the misfortune of Vincente Sodre and his squadron, already more distinctly related in the preceding chapter.--E. The expression of the original, ex centenario lucro quadrugenarium, is not easily understood: It is here translated a quarter part of the return cargo, conformably with the regulations of Don Henry for the trade of Guinea, as already stated in Vol.