Let it at least be recorded to the credit of the three gentlemen, designated in these pages as A, B, and C, that they were sufficiently ashamed of themselves and their wives to be the first members of the dinner party who left the house.
"You are the only married woman who has come to our little dinner party. The marked absence of the other wives explains itself.
I wash my hands of the dinner party, and since you have asked Laurie on your own responsibility, you may just take care of him."
Make the shroud, and lay him in my box, and after the dinner party, we'll have a nice little funeral," said Jo, beginning to feel as if she had undertaken a good deal.
March, laughing inaudibly at the recollection of Jo's dinner party, for she had met Miss Crocker and heard her account of it.
"I'll learn plain cooking for my holiday task, and the dinner party I have shall be a success."
"I can make up a little dinner party for tonight, if you like.
"Shall I fix up that little dinner party? You have only to say the word!"
There was nothing either exceptional or strange in a man's calling at half-past nine on a friend to inquire details of a proposed dinner party
and not coming in, but it seemed strange to all of them.
I was too tired and out of spirits to eat or drink much, especially with the solemn servant waiting on me as elaborately as if a small dinner party
had arrived at the house instead of a solitary man.
ANNE Robinson hosts as legendary actress Joan Collins discusses her choice of location, food and guests should she be given the opportunity to host her ideal dinner party
Organisers of the dinner party
fund-raising effort want 20,000 hosts to hold a "big dinner party
", inviting a minimum of five guests each paying pounds 5 for the appeal.