They have to borrow
the arms because they could not
He blew out his light, went below, and was soon loafing down the river road with the intent to borrow
and use one of Roxy's devices.
Well, me and Tom allowed we would come along afoot and take a smell of the woods, and we run across Lem Beebe and Jim Lane, and they asked us to go with them blackberrying to-night, and said they could borrow
Jubiter Dunlap's dog, because he had told them just that minute--"
She had not been able, however, to borrow
her parents' virtues and those of other generous ancestors and escape all the weaknesses in the calendar.
But there are many works well worth reading at the Park; and there are others of more modern production which I know I can borrow
of Colonel Brandon.
I won't keep dinner waiting; if the return train doesn't suit, I'll borrow
a gig and get back in that way.
I thought it was better to borrow
Captain Hopkins's knife and fork, than Captain Hopkins's comb.
Dressed like you, you know, only with a hat," I explained, trembling; "and - and" - I was very anxious to put this delicately - "and with - the same reason for wanting to borrow
As the young gipsy's little holiday came to an end, I turned with a sigh upon my way; and here, while still on the subject, may I remark on the curious fact that probably Borrow
has lived and died without a single gipsy having heard of him, just as the expertest anglers know nothing of Izaak Walton.
Perhaps if I go down to the seaside I shall be able to borrow
a boat that will take us to Africa.
, because we pledge ourselves to restore what is lent.
I know not whether it may be worth observing, that the HOUYHNHNMS have no word in their language to express any thing that is evil, except what they borrow
from the deformities or ill qualities of the YAHOOS.