the bottle

the bottle

verb
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Dolokhov, the bottle of rum still in his hand, jumped onto the window sill.
He drained the bottle, tossed it to Kwaque, and made signs for him to open the remaining one.
Let me see," said Margolotte; "of those qualities she must have 'Obedience' first of all," and she took down the bottle bearing that label and poured from it upon a dish several grains of the contents.
As his courage appeared to be fast failing him, and he trifled with the stopper in a manner which threatened the dismissal of the bottle to its old place, Newman took up one of the little glasses, and clinked it, twice or thrice, against the bottle, as a gentle reminder that he had not been helped yet.
That and the bottle are enough for you to carry,' he says, giving it to Durdles; 'hand your bundle to me; I am younger and longer- winded than you.
His eyes fell again on the bottle, and a tremble passed over him, causing him to shiver in every limb.
It was the only chance of seeing her lover before they were separated, and she did not hesitate to break the bottle and pour their contents into the basin, when the Rainbow appeared at once.
The lady of the caravan then bade him come up the steps likewise, but the drum proving an inconvenient table for two, they descended again, and sat upon the grass, where she handed down to them the tea-tray, the bread and butter, the knuckle of ham, and in short everything of which she had partaken herself, except the bottle which she had already embraced an opportunity of slipping into her pocket.
I found the bottle of brandy in the place indicated, but no liqueur-glass in the backgammon-board.
The bottle struck the floor and broke, and I desisted and rose.
I remember he wore a brown Cardigan jacket, and I know precisely the spot, in the midst of the array of bottles, from which he took the bottle of red-coloured syrup.
And as he spoke (the weather sliding-doors standing open) he tossed the bottle into the sea.
As Pete confronted them with the bottle and the glasses, they laughed in his face.
Returning with the bottle, Levin found the sick man settled comfortably and everything about him completely changed.
Trent rose up, measured the contents of the bottle with his forefinger, and poured out half the contents into a horn mug.