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Blest with an excellent morning appetite - the delightful heritage of a clean life - he enjoyed his breakfast and thoroughly appreciated his cook's efforts.
Trent moved his seat to where he could have a better view, and continued his breakfast.
Why, this is like old days, Arthur; you haven't been to breakfast with me these five years.
My grandfather is always a few degrees colder at breakfast than at any other hour in the day.
The breakfast for these gentlemen is ready," said the host.
And now,' said the schoolmaster, dividing the bread and butter for three into as many portions as there were children, 'you had better look sharp with your breakfast, for the horn will blow in a minute or two, and then every boy leaves off.
You shall all go and help me, and when we come back we will have bread and milk for breakfast, and make it up at dinnertime.
I never wanted my breakfast when I was in India and now I always want it.
Therefore he now assumed a pair, of grave and prodigious proportions, which not only seriously inconvenienced his nose and his breakfast, but seriously impeded his perusal of the letter.
This is the last meal I shall have to cook for some time, for right after breakfast Dr.
Let me say one word," he pleaded, "before we go to breakfast.
Godfrey rose and took his own breakfast earlier than usual, but lingered in the wainscoted parlour till his younger brothers had finished their meal and gone out; awaiting his father, who always took a walk with his managing-man before breakfast.
The general attention being drawn to her, including that of the dairyman's pupil, Tess flushed, and remarking evasively that it was only a fancy, resumed her breakfast.
I remember, also, that on more than one occasion my landlady held an umbrella over me while I ate breakfast.
Early in the morning while my breakfast was getting ready, I strolled round by Satis House.