The one excitement he really couldn't do without was quarrelling
I and Missis, we come pretty near quarrelling
about dat ar crust.
White, mulatto, and negro boys and girls were always there waiting their turns, resting, trading playthings, quarrelling
, fighting, skylarking.
towards sundown, and we heard loud talk, like quarrelling
Cole's carriagehorses returning from exercise, or a stray letterboy on an obstinate mule, were the liveliest objects she could presume to expect; and when her eyes fell only on the butcher with his tray, a tidy old woman travelling homewards from shop with her full basket, two curs quarrelling
over a dirty bone, and a string of dawdling children round the baker's little bowwindow eyeing the gingerbread, she knew she had no reason to complain, and was amused enough; quite enough still to stand at the door.
I felt sure that you was angry with me; and have been quarrelling
with myself ever since, for having took such a liberty as to trouble you with my affairs.
The said Eliza, John, and Georgiana were now clustered round their mama in the drawing-room: she lay reclined on a sofa by the fireside, and with her darlings about her (for the time neither quarrelling
nor crying) looked perfectly happy.
We were quarrelling
like cats about you, Heathcliff; and I was fairly beaten in protestations of devotion and admiration: and, moreover, I was informed that if I would but have the manners to stand aside, my rival, as she will have herself to be, would shoot a shaft into your soul that would fix you for ever, and send my image into eternal oblivion
It 'ud be very pleasant to me to go in your company--you're such a handsome brother, and we've always been so fond of quarrelling
with one another, I shouldn't know what to do without you.
The party of Zinita was made up of women and of certain men who loved and feared their wives, but that of Nada was the greatest, and it was all of men, with Umslopogaas at the head of them, and from this division came much bitterness abroad, and quarrelling
in the huts.
Lady,'' said Rebecca, ``I doubt it not but the people of England are a fierce race, quarrelling
ever with their neighbours or among themselves, and ready to plunge the sword into the bowels of each other.
But if she insists on quarrelling
, I cannot help it.