References in classic literature ?
Come in,' said the old man, 'and stay with me all night.
If you will stay with me to-night,' said the old man, 'I have a book of the history of the world, and I shall know where they are before daylight, if there is such a place in it at all.
Burge 'ull want to see me, and Seth shall stay at home and begin the coffin.
You ought to help me rather in troubling those that trouble me; be king as much as I am, and share like honour with myself; the others shall take my answer; stay here yourself and sleep comfortably in your bed; at daybreak we will consider whether to remain or go.
He has built a wall; he has dug a trench deep and wide all round it, and he has planted it within with stakes; but even so he stays not the murderous might of Hector.
I will stay with you one night longer," said the Swallow, "but I cannot pluck out your eye.
You are blind now," he said, "so I will stay with you always.
I will stay with you always," said the Swallow, and he slept at the Prince's feet.
Go or stay," reiterated Wardour, "it's all one to me.
Yehs know how ter treat a f'ler, an' I stays by yehs 'til spen' las' cent
I tried to stay awake until you came home, for I wanted to tell you Aunt Josephine had come and that you would have to go upstairs after all, but I was so tired I fell asleep.
Old Miss Barry came out to stay for a month, but she declares she won't stay another day and is going right back to town tomorrow, Sunday and all as it is.
Of course we'll have to stay in the cabin," she said to Uncle Henry and the other passengers, "and keep as quiet as possible until the storm is over.
Anna did not mean to stay to supper, but the master of the house began to press her to do so.
No, I am not going to stay," answered Anna, smiling, but in spite of her smile, both Korsunsky and the master of the house saw from her resolute tone that she would not stay.