Some people say that a horse ought not to drink all he likes; but I know if we are allowed to drink when we want it we drink only a little at a time, and it does us a great deal more good than swallowing down half a bucketful
at a time, because we have been left without till we are thirsty and miserable.
Mother Holle led her, as she had led her sister, to the broad gateway; but as she was passing through, instead of the shower of gold, a great bucketful
of pitch came pouring over her.
, from the tap at the sink in the corner, he filled a large galvanized-iron tub.
I don't know of what sort I am," returned Sancho, "but I know very well I'll never get such elegant skimmings off Basilio's pots as these I have got off Camacho's;" and he showed him the bucketful
of geese and hens, and seizing one began to eat with great gaiety and appetite, saying, "A fig for the accomplishments of Basilio
It went over suddenly, burying its gunwale level with the sea and shipping a bucketful
or so of water.
cried the bowman, "there is a bucketful
or more of my blood over in France, but it was all spilled in hot fight, and I should think twice before I drew it drop by drop as these friars are doing.
But I was so frightened of offending Peg I'd have tried to drink it all if there had been a bucketful
So you must be content with giving yourself a dry polish till we break the ice in the well, and can get a bucketful
out for the boys.
Some- times a man, as he dashed a bucketful
of water down the hatchway, would yell out, 'Hurrah for Bankok
Odelle Bastien left Trinidad five years earlier with a bucketful
of talent, a good education and an ambition to work in the arts.
It's all hands aboard at The Ship Inn, Mirfield, and Mrs Newton bails out another bucketful
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