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We were merely joking; drink to his health," he added, filling Caderousse's glass, "and do not interfere with us.
I'm sure you will agree with me that we must drink no other person's health until we have drunk his.
So she ran into the cellar again, took an enormous drink and ate up the one chicken in great glee.
that I will drink a whole bottle of rum without taking it from my mouth, sitting outside the window on this spot" (he stooped and pointed to the sloping ledge outside the window) "and without holding on to anything.
When the Nome King and General Guph arrived they both made a dash to drink, but the General was so mad with thirst that he knocked his King over, and while Roquat lay sprawling upon the ground the General drank heartily of the Water of Oblivion.
But he never settled down anywhere for long because about twice a year, or even oftener, he had a drinking bout, and then besides spending all his clothes on drink he became turbulent and quarrelsome.
Come up and drink, Olaf, and I'll tell you-all about it.
But they learned, just as men learn to smoke; though it is far easier to learn to smoke than to learn to drink.
But here a confusion may arise; and I should wish to guard against an opponent starting up and saying that no man desires drink only, but good drink, or food only, but good food; for good is the universal object of desire, and thirst being a desire, will necessarily be thirst after good drink; and the same is true of every other desire.
Now keep your promise and drink these few drops of water.
Drink it up; you positively must drink the brandy, and then seltzer water and a lot of lemon," said Yashvin, standing over Petritsky like a mother making a child take medicine, "and then a little champagne--just a small bottle.
On his return he filled the glass, and bade him drink.