starveling


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starveling

(stärv′lĭng)
n.
One that is starving or being starved.
adj.
Starving.
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"As for the stories, some are more realized than others--'Midnight in Dostoevsky' and 'The Starveling,' especially, seem a little forced, despite what they have to say about the contradictions of narrative--but that's only to be expected from 30 years of odds and ends.
there aren't any fingerling here, starveling, because of us.
Kidnapped by a pirate with a plot to steal gold, Robin Starveling and Peter Fence are shipwrecked on the Isle of Devils.
Among the rustics, Robert Pomakov rightly stood out as Bottom, joined by Thomas Goerz (Quince), Michael Uloth (Snug), Alexander Hajek (Starveling), Lawrence Wiliford (Flint) and Michael Barrett (Snout).
Their "Pyramus and Thisbe" was an operetta composed by Starveling. Peter Quince, provided by Morphov with a wife, Mary, played a self-absorbed director, dreaming about the accolades his play would garner.
my daemon's a dogfish--I think-- a Starry Hound, a blunt and hungry hobo, scrounging, starveling, sleeping on the go.
As vulnerable as a starveling or sparrow, in all likelihood he "chirp[ed]" when he enters Carolyn Bryant's store.
Sanders Francis Flute Jesse Tyler Ferguson Robin Starveling Ken Cheeseman Tom Snout Jason Antoon Snug Keith Randolph Smith Puck Jon Michael Hill First Fairy Chelsea Bacon Oberon Keith David Titania Laila Robins Philostrate Herb Foster With: Simon Garratt, Erica Huang, Cassady Leonard, Lily Maketansky, Lina Silver, Jack Tartaglia, Christine Corpuz, Ben Huber, Mallory Portnoy, Buzz Cohen.
Back home in England he produced the painting, O the Roast Beef of Old England, in which three starveling French soldiers gaze at the steak in hungry amazement and a fat friar prods it covetously with his finger.
My eyes grow as large as a starveling's, and my voice lacks the loud assurance of my father's, although its softness is often admired as one might admire soft cloth.
Other cast members include Joseph Oyala as Theseus, Caitlin Anderson as Hippolyta, Jared McLean as Demetrius, Margaret Moore as Hermia, Stevo Clay as Lysander, Lilli Turner as Helena, Marlowe Johnson as Indian Boy, Rachelmay Takahashi as Petty Quince, Schuyler Leonard as Tom Snout, Daniel Nathan Tuch as Francis Flute, Michael Hoag as Robin Starveling, Bobby Vrtis as Nick Bottom, Rachael Davies as Mustardseed, Tamara Langman as Peaseblossom and Joe Doyle as Mote.