Then he tore them limb from limb and supped
The camp fires gradually died away; all was dark and silent; the sentinel stationed to watch the horses had marched as far, and supped
as heartily as any of his companions, and while they snored, he began to nod at his post.
She had passed 2 Years at one of the first Boarding-schools in London; had spent a fortnight in Bath and had supped
one night in Southampton.
As D'Artagnan delighted, both from pleasure and system, in making people talk about things which interested him, he fenced in his best style with Master Bazin, but it was pure loss of time; beyond the tiresome and hyperbolical praises of monsieur le surintendant of the finances, Bazin, who, on his side, was on his guard, afforded nothing but platitudes to the curiosity of D'Artagnan, so that our musketeer, in a tolerably bad humor, desired to go to bed as soon as he had supped
He had encamped the night before on this stream; they found the embers of the fire by which he had slept, and the remains of a miserable wolf on which he had supped
on the horrors of Ugolino's fate with the strong gust of youth, which finds every, exercise of sympathy a pleasure.
Her guests remained and supped