There was no label this time with the words `DRINK ME,' but nevertheless she uncorked
it and put it to her lips.
Upon that, agitated anew by their attachment to him, yet honourably disposed to her, Marian uncorked
the penny ink-bottle they shared, and a few lines were concocted between the two girls.
Meantime he uncorked
the bottles and went to smell if the pie was good.
"Well, sir," said Western (the froth bursting forth from his lips the moment they were uncorked
), "you cannot say but I have heard you out, and now I expect you'll hear me; and if I don't answer every word on't, why then I'll consent to gee the matter up.
By that time we had the fire lighted, and a bottle of wine uncorked
; a good supper came out of the basket, to which Torrance and I and Alan set ourselves down; while the lawyer and my uncle passed into the next chamber to consult.
Shelby, dryly; and, seeking to turn the conversation, he uncorked
a bottle of fresh wine, and asked his companion's opinion of it.
Alan must have uncorked
a bottle of whisky and drank three or four glasses one after the other, without sitting down, for there was no chair, and that in his own cold lobby on this freezing night!
Our host, in due season, uncorked
a bottle of Madeira, of such exquisite perfume and admirable flavor that he surely must have discovered it in an ancient bin, down deep beneath the deepest cellar, where some jolly old butler stored away the Governor's choicest wine, and forgot to reveal the secret on his death-bed.
He made the salad; and uncorked
the Champagne; and carved the chickens; and ate and drank the greater part of the refreshments on the tables.
John Dawkins (otherwise the Artful Dodger), who had followed his venerable friend into the room, hastily deposited on the floor a bundle with which he was laden; and snatching a bottle from the grasp of Master Charles Bates who came close at his heels, uncorked
it in a twinkling with his teeth, and poured a portion of its contents down the patient's throat: previously taking a taste, himself, to prevent mistakes.
Pickwick had, in an abstracted mood, uncorked
The priest picked it up; in a quick, unobtrusive manner he uncorked
and sniffed it, and his heavy face turned the colour of clay.