Not as I wish to speak disrespectful o' them as have got the power i' their hands, but it's more than flesh and blood 'ull bear sometimes, to be toiling and striving, and up early and down late, and hardly sleeping a wink when you lie down for thinking as the cheese
may swell, or the cows may slip their calf, or the wheat may grow green again i' the sheaf--and after all, at th' end o' the year, it's like as if you'd been cooking a feast and had got the smell of it for your pains.
One crusty old gentleman objected, but I got in, notwithstanding; and, putting my cheeses
upon the rack, squeezed down with a pleasant smile, and said it was a warm day.
The bread and cheese
was presently brought in and distributed, to the high delight and refreshment of the whole school.
If ever I can get aboard again," said I, "you shall have cheese
by the stone.
That is very likely," said Sancho, "and a good custom it was, to my mind; but that must have been in days gone by, for now it would seem to be the custom only to give a piece of bread and cheese
; because that was what my lady Dulcinea gave me over the top of the yard-wall when I took leave of her; and more by token it was sheep's-milk cheese
We see that Danglars was collected enough to jest; at the same time, as though to disprove the ogreish propensities, the man took some black bread, cheese
, and onions from his wallet, which he began devouring voraciously.
Norris, having fidgeted about, and obtained a few pheasants' eggs and a cream cheese
from the housekeeper, and made abundance of civil speeches to Mrs.
I should like to show you your face in a glass, and you would see how plump and florid-looking you are, as fat and round as a cheese
, with eyes like lighted coals; and if it were not for that ugly wrinkle you try to cultivate on your forehead, you would hardly look fifty years old, and you are sixty, if I am not mistaken.
One can walk along at one's leisure behind that cow--keep good company, and have milk, butter, and cheese
, every day, into the bargain.
What was I thinking of to thrust myself into that stone gimlet which pierces the sky; all for the sake of eating bearded cheese
, and looking at the bell- towers of Paris through a hole in the wall
Methinks a good loaf of white bread, with a piece of snow-white cheese
, washed down with a draught of humming ale, were a feast for a king.
He found some crusts of bread; but he had to look into Mombi's basket to find the cheese
she had brought from the village.