Not at all,' said Alice: `she's so extremely--' Just then she noticed that the Queen was close behind her, listening: so she went on, `--likely to win, that it's hardly worth while finishing the game
They grumbled and protested, and would certainly have thus attracted Phileas Fogg's attention if he had not been completely absorbed in his game
If his meal is not ready in season, he takes his rifle, hies to the forest or prairie, shoots his own game
, lights his fire, and cooks his repast.
Bertram," said Crawford, some time afterwards, taking the opportunity of a little languor in the game
, "I have never told you what happened to me yesterday in my ride home.
Mazarin affected to be more attentive to his game
Their time for repose and recreation is at sunset, when the labors of the day being ended, they gather together to amuse themselves with petty games
, or to hold gossiping convocations on the tops of their lodges.
If he started his match with Gossett at eleven-thirty, he would have plenty of time to have his game
and be at the end of the board-walk at the appointed hour.
Because he could not join in the games
which other boys played, their life remained strange to him; he only interested himself from the outside in their doings; and it seemed to him that there was a barrier between them and him.
Why, it would be a game
to cry over--not to laugh at
If O-Tar be not greatly angered he may be sentenced to but a single game
, in which case he may come out alive; but if O-Tar wishes really to dispose of him he will be sentenced to the entire series, and no warrior has ever survived the full ten, or rather none who was under a sentence from O-Tar.
Trent at last released him, and, thrusting the bottle of brandy into his coat-pocket, returned to his game
He was "It" less frequently than any of us, and in the course of the game
he discovered one difficult "slip" that neither Lop-Ear nor I was able to accomplish.