Since her fainting spell, she dragged her leg, and as her strength was failing rapidly, old Mother Simon, who had lost her money in the grocery business, came very morning to chop
the wood and pump the water.
Listen and believe when I tell you that by the blessing of Mercury who gives grace and good name to the works of all men, there is no one living who would make a more handy servant than I should--to put fresh wood on the fire, chop
fuel, carve, cook, pour out wine, and do all those services that poor men have to do for their betters.
You must make haste to chop
it off, then," calmly replied the Colonel; "for a few hours longer, and not all the power of Sir William Howe, nor of his master, shall cause one of these gray hairs to fall.
cried the horse-dealer; "I have got you an excellent driver, one of the first chop
in the city.
Happen I shall do the coortin' an' the religion both together, as YE do, Seth; but ye wouldna ha' me get converted an' chop
in atween ye an' the pretty preacher, an' carry her aff?
Would you chop
off your hand if your mother requested it?
They passed him from house to house, mounted him according to his merits, and fed him, after five years of goat chop
and Worcester sauce, perhaps a thought too richly.
Of course in this great house you must have a second kitchen, and my servant, who is a wonderfully handy fellow" (this personage was an evocation of the moment), "can easily cook me a chop
I see well enough,' said the witch, 'that you can do no more today, but I will keep you yet another night, in payment for which you must tomorrow chop
me a load of wood, and chop
As it was, the murder of the white men, of any white man, would bring a man-of-war that would kill the offenders and chop
down the precious cocoanut trees.
Even in the daylight he did not dare leave the fire to chop
You shall have a companion; we will send to the rectory for Miss Plym--the very person to chop
parsley and shallot for my omelet.