Word usage examples
And it made me want to meet Cybil Wade even more than any of the others—to find out what sort of woman she was and also to find out why she had never taken Max Ruffe into book-length novels, why she had let him die along with Dancer's Rex Hannigan and so many others.
Kerry had said she was a tough lady, as tough as Max Ruffe, and I believed it.
Then I sat down on the couch, communed a little with Max Ruffe, and waited for his maker to come by and tell me a tale that was fact, not fiction.
Il manico era appiccicoso delle lasagne della settimana precedente, sugo ormai fiorito di muffe, ma la sensazione fra le dita fu confortante.
The Sarazin sore daunted with the buffeSnatcheth his sword, and fiercely to him flies.
But he, not like a wearie traueilere,Their sharpe assault right boldly did rebut,And suffred not their blowes to byte him nereBut with redoubled buffes them backe did put:Whose grieued mindes, which choler did englut,Against themselues turning their wrathfull spight,Gan with new rage their shields to hew and cut.
For else my feeble vessell crazd, and cracktThrough thy strong buffets and outrageous blowes,Cannot endure, but needs it must be wracktOn the rough rocks, or on the sandy shallowes,The whiles that loue it steres, and fortune rowes.
C'era un buffet, tutti i tipi di vino e un sacco di fiori, ovunque si volgesse lo sguardo.
A side buffet table had been laid with a spread of cold breakfast foods: cereals, fruit, milk, Juice.
Women of more leisure buffed their nails and frequently dyed them crimson, while occasionally using dyes of this and that vegetable base to tint their faces.