--And Zarathustra ran and ran, but he found no one else, and was alone and ever found himself again; he enjoyed and quaffed
his solitude, and thought of good things--for hours.
The champagne was quaffed
from huge golden goblets.
'Twas ruled that he who quaffed
no fancy's bowl Should drain the "Golden Valley"* cups of wine.
Numerous toasts were offered and quaffed
, in the wines of France, to the celebrated travellers who had made their names illustrious by their explorations of African territory.
To this, his new habitation, Tom Cobb, Phil Parkes, and Solomon Daisy went regularly every night: and in the chimney-corner, they all four quaffed
, and smoked, and prosed, and dozed, as they had done of old.
Thou hast quaffed
off my wine, and canst be man no longer."
the liquid and returned the goblet to his hand.
On Clifford's part it was the feeling of a man naturally endowed with the liveliest sensibility to feminine influence, but who had never quaffed
the cup of passionate love, and knew that it was now too late.
The long, barbed steel goblets were lifted; and to cries and maledictions against the white whale, the spirits were simultaneously quaffed
down with a hiss.
Without alighting from his horse, the conqueror called for a bowl of wine, and opening the beaver, or lower part of his helmet, announced that he quaffed
it, ``To all true English hearts, and to the confusion of foreign tyrants.'' He then commanded his trumpet to sound a defiance to the challengers, and desired a herald to announce to them, that he should make no election, but was willing to encounter them in the order in which they pleased to advance against him.
Despite not wanting a fuss, Dad ruddy well got one - and after the candles had been blown out and the prosecco quaffed
, I think he'd had a much-deserved happy birthday.
The 150 guests at the Blairs' Buckinghamshire home on Friday quaffed
champagne as they watched Kristina Rihanoff and Ian Waite from the BBC ballroom show perform.