Marilla, as she picked her steps along the damp lane, thought that it was really a satisfaction to know that she was going home to a briskly snapping wood fire and a table nicely spread for tea, instead of to the cold comfort
of old Aid meeting evenings before Anne had come to Green Gables.
It was cold comfort
I presume, but yet I derived some slight peace of mind from the contemplation of it.
I was going to buy a paper-cutter, but I believed I could remember the cold comfort
of the Rigi-Kulm without it, so I smothered the impulse.
We waited for no second bidding, for bread and cheese is but cold comfort
and the puddings smelt excellently well; and while we sat and ate, she took up that same place by the next table, looking on, and thinking, and frowning to herself, and drawing the string of her apron through her hand.
At times I cry aloud for sorrow, but presently I leave off again, for crying is cold comfort
and one soon tires of it.
ORPHANED 19-year-old Flora quits refined London to move in with - and bring order to - her odd relatives the Starkadders, on Cold Comfort
Farm in deepest Sussex.
Otherwise all those words will be hot air and cold comfort
| The UK's only female polar |bear is settling in after entering her new enclosure for the first time.
I note that Nick Clegg is now admitting that the Government cut capital spending too much too quickly, which is cold comfort
for the those worried if they will keep their jobs, and those seeking work.
Amanda and Alesha grin and bare it, while Simon covers up
High Arctic and dry, On top of the world and Cold comfort
Essential gear articles all contain information on protecting hands in low temperatures.
And they found little more than cold comfort
from their audience as lead singer Gary Lightbody manoeuvred around the stage in skinny jeans while trying, and failing, to build up some kind of rapport.