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I will see him again early in the morning; and in the meantime let him be kept extremely quiet, and drink liberally of water-gruel.
The raising of ghosts or devils was a promise liberally accorded by my favourite authors, the fulfillment of which I most eagerly sought; and if my incantations were always unsuccessful, I attributed the failure rather to my own inexperience and mistake than to a want of skill or fidelity in my instructors.
Pension him liberally, and let Gabriel Betteredge have his place.
I have been, as the phrase is, liberally educated, and am fit for nothing.
Whenever we part with friends, Mr Richard, let us part liberally.
It's one of two Drinking Liberally chapters in Worcester County, along with one that meets in Southboro.
The traveling show, Laughing Liberally, plans to tour nationally soon.
White said, "This business is participating in very high growth markets and should use capital liberally to finance its growth whether this is for R&D, capacity, or acquisitions.
You can use semolina flour liberally to keep doughs from sticking without adding the gumminess that regular wheat flour gives.
We are deeply grateful for his extraordinary intellect and insight from which White River has benefited liberally.
Soil should be fast draining, and during their fall and winter growing season, water and fertilizer should be liberally applied.
It is a compendium of anecdotal stories of friends and family, useful household tips, tales of rural farm life in Mill Creek Valley, Iowa during the 1940s and 50s, and Evelyn's own philosophy--all liberally sprinkled with recipes for the kinds of dishes so familiar to Midwestern American farm wives ranging from Stockyard Stew; Shepherd's Pie; and Pudding Mix Sweet Rolls; to Fried Apples; Tuna Crunch Salad; and Snickerdoodles.