breakfast


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breakfast

The day’s first meal, consumed before lunch.
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Finally he tied his necktie with a curse, and went down to breakfast with little of his good-humour left.
Why, this is like old days, Arthur; you haven't been to breakfast with me these five years."
"Well, Monsieur de Busigny, I will bet you," said Athos, "that my three companions, Messieurs Porthos, Aramis, and D'Artagnan, and myself, will go and breakfast in the bastion St.
See that Lieutenant Godfrey has some breakfast, Gerald.
Westmacott says that women should rise early, and do their work before breakfast."
'That's right,' said Squeers, calmly getting on with his breakfast;
We can expect an egg for breakfast, or merely entertain the supposition that there may be an egg for breakfast.
"Oh, no; our breakfast comes from my father's kitchen.
Fairlie, intimating that he would be glad to see me, as soon as I had done breakfast.
By this time they had indulged in a good talk and Dorothy had told them all about the awful earthquake and her recent adventures, the breakfast bell rang from the palace and the little girl went inside to join her human comrades.
What Billina said was true enough, and it almost took away her appetite for breakfast. As for the yellow hen, she continued to peck away at the sand busily, and seemed quite contented with her bill-of-fare.
My girls, will you give them your breakfast as a Christmas present?"