I do not say, Sancho," replied Don Quixote, "that it is imperative on knights-errant not to eat
anything else but the fruits thou speakest of; only that their more usual diet must be those, and certain herbs they found in the fields which they knew and I know too.
It is not a wonder they are fat, sleeping all day, and only waking to eat
that is letting her off too easily: she shall die a much more cruel death; I will eat
If I want to write any thing very pathetic--I mean, if I want to try to write anything very pathetic--I eat
a large plateful of hot buttered muffins about an hour beforehand, and then by the time I sit down to my work a feeling of unutterable melancholy has come over me.
He won't need to destroy ME, for if I don't get something to eat
pretty soon I shall starve to death, and so save him the trouble.
Yes; I haven't had anything to eat
since last night's supper," she exclaimed.
By to-morrow morning," the boy went on, "we must go where there is something to eat
, or we shall grow very hungry and become very unhappy.
Not only did the habit of a lifetime prompt him to eat
it raw, but the craving of his palate as well; for to him cooked flesh was spoiled flesh when compared with the rich and juicy meat of a fresh, hot kill.
Later, when he had grown more formidable, he wanted to eat
While I am hammering on the anvil, you sleep on the mat; and when I begin to eat
after my toil, you wake up and wag your tail for food.
Oh, I couldn't POSS'BLY eat
it, unless it was cooked," exclaimed Dorothy.
It is a significant fact, stated by entomologists -- I find it in Kirby and Spence -- that "some insects in their perfect state, though furnished with organs of feeding, make no use of them"; and they lay it down as "a general rule, that almost all insects in this state eat
much less than in that of larvae.