Wid that I giv'd her a big wink
jist to say, "lit Sir Pathrick alone for the likes o' them thricks," and thin I wint aisy to work, and you'd have died wid the divarsion to behould how cliverly I slipped my right arm betwane the back o' the sofy, and the back of her leddyship, and there, sure enough, I found a swate little flipper all a waiting to say, "the tip o' the mornin' to ye, Sir Pathrick O'Grandison, Barronitt." And wasn't it mesilf, sure, that jist giv'd it the laste little bit of a squaze in the world, all in the way of a commincement, and not to be too rough wid her leddyship?
Petritsky, still humming, winked
and made a pout with his lips, as though he would say: "Oh, yes, we know your Bryansky."
"And you do not wish me to go away without fulfilling your original intentions?" The old man winked
The pipes began to be puffed in a silence which had an air of severity; the more important customers, who drank spirits and sat nearest the fire, staring at each other as if a bet were depending on the first man who winked
; while the beer-drinkers, chiefly men in fustian jackets and smock-frocks, kept their eyelids down and rubbed their hands across their mouths, as if their draughts of beer were a funereal duty attended with embarrassing sadness.
Mr Venus winked
his chronically-fatigued eyes both at once, and adjusting the kettle on the fire, remarked to himself, in a hollow voice, 'She'll bile in a couple of minutes.'
"Then he cocked his head down and took another look; he glances up perfectly joyful, this time; winks
his wings and his tail both, and says, 'Oh, no, this ain't no fat thing, I reckon!
a third wink
to the company, as who should say:
Mary even thought she saw him wink
his eyes as if to wink
While Dorothy was looking earnestly into the queer, painted face of the Scarecrow, she was surprised to see one of the eyes slowly wink
The names of those present on this occasion are unimportant, but they had been known to generations of school-boys as Sighs, Tar, Winks
, Squirts, and Pat.
Then the Reindeer related his own story first, and afterwards that of little Gerda; and the Finland woman winked
her eyes, but said nothing.
at the butler, whispered directions to the footmen, and awaited each expected dish with some anxiety.