His countenance relaxed, and he raised his glass
to his mouth with an air of greater enjoyment of its contents than he had before evinced.
He sat down and tucked his serviette into his waistcoat, raised his glass
, and suddenly set it down again.
Kennedy again raised his glass
, and a few minutes later he exclaimed:
Solomon Daisy raised his glass
to his lips; put it down upon the floor with such a trembling hand that the spoon tinkled in it like a little bell; and continued thus:
Hamel raised his glass
and bowed to his host and hostess.
The drinks were brought, and he raised his glass
to his guest.
He ate a few mouthfuls, raised his glass
to his lips, and of course it was still empty.
Trudolyubov raised his glass
, as did everyone else but me.
Caderousse raised his glass
to his mouth with unsteady hand, and swallowed the contents at a gulp.