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You'll dine with us, Comte? And you, Anthony?"
"I trespass on your hospitality!" Armand protested.
"Devil a bit, man!" said Rupert. "It's Avon's hospitality you trespass on, and our patience. -- Georgette Heyer
Reservations and cloth napkins are really minor pinnacles in the high sierra of the New York lunch. The zenith, the Mount Whitney of lunches, the noon meal at which all local lines of force converge [is] the Bar Room of the Four Seasons. -- Raymond Sokolov
Sheep with a nasty side. -- Cyril Connolly
chauffeur of three, including a precocious, independent-minded teenage boy. -- David Baldacci
steward, bailiff, falconer, houndmaster -- Bernard Knight
At mealtime a very broad cloth is laid on the trestle table in the solar. to facilitate service, places are set along one side only. On that side the cloth falls to the floor, doubling as a communal napkin...there are several kinds of knives...but no forks. -- Joseph Gies
A very good drink they call Chaube that is almost as black as ink and very good in illness, especially of the stomach. This they drink in the morning early in the open places before everybody, without any fear or regard, out of clay or China cups, as hot as they can, sipping it a little at a time. -- Leonhard Rauwolf
Maker - their word for worm, -- Frank Herbert
Who is wurs shod, than the shoemakers wyfe,With shops full of shoes all hir lyfe? -- John Heywood
Avaunt, you cullions! -- William Shakespeare
Fathers - dressed -- Harlow Giles Unger
Let's have another bottle of 'cham,'" said Captain Clutterbuck, when their dinner was nearly over. "'Cham' is the only thing to screw one up when one is down a peg. -- Anthony Trollope
What are those?" Nico called. -- Rick Riordan
Just who are the cheese monkeys? And what do they want? -- Chip Kidd
panchitos, blacks, -- Rafael Chirbes
Rogues in rags are kept in countenance by rogues in ruffles. -- Alexander Pope
Tumbrils of the Revolution. But that Woodman and that Farmer, -- Charles Dickens
The Jatravartids, who live in perpetual fear of the time they call The Coming of the Great White Handkerchief, are small blue creatures with more than fifty arms each, who are therefore unique in being the only race in history to have invented the aerosol deodorant before the wheel. -- Douglas Adams
Those are the men who will dance at your wedding. -- Guy Madison
The gay motes that people the sunbeams. -- John Milton
The lovely Hazard girls', they used to call them. Huh. Lovely is as lovely does; if they looked like what they behave like, they'd frighten little children. -- Angela Carter
Tailor gang they rolling up those paper planes. -- Wiz Khalifa
When they saw the host of chameleon butterflies and the way they both clothed the girl Ayesha and provided her with her only solid food, these visitors were amazed, and retreated with confounded expectations, that is to say with a hole in their pictures of the world that they could not paper over. -- Salman Rushdie
There is an army of waiters in this world. -- Henry Ward Beecher
Weak, tea-drinking, effeminate, ineffectual
masters of India, robbers of South Africa, bedevillers of all Europe. -- Christina Stead
Fashionable debutantes in pastel chiffon party dresses wilt into leather club chairs like frosted petit fours melting under the July sun. -- Libba Bray
While briskly to each patriot lip
Walks eager round the inspiring flip;
Delicious draught, whose pow'rs inherit
The quintessence of public spirit! -- John Trumbull
Again, do you call those men leisured who spend many hours at the barber's simply to cut whatever grew overnight, to have a serious debate about every separate hair, to tidy up disarranged locks or to train thinning ones from the sides to lie over the forehead? -- Seneca.
Chadwickius frenemus, -- Heather Vogel Frederick
They seemed to be quiet types, the women and men in rubber-soled shoes. Their favorite word, after literacy, was privacy
for their patrons and themselves. -- Marilyn Johnson
I do wish there were assless chaps. Not that I would wear them. But there is nothing funnier than the words assless chaps. -- Qwen Salsbury
A bludgeon of wives (surely that must be the plural assignation)! -- Steven Erikson
Nincompoops. (Quincy, -- Raven Pitts
They are the men of fancy, the favourites of the sex, who outwardly respect, and inwardly despise the weak creatures whom they thus sport with. -- Mary Wollstonecraft
Belt leather. Black pepper. Fine lace and bright feather. Tinker in town tonight, gone tomorrow. Working through the evening light. Come wife. Come daughter, I've small cloth and rose water. -- Patrick Rothfuss
Afrikander cattle. -- Justin Cartwright
Poltroons, cowards, skulkers and dastards. -- Eustache Deschamps
Some of them are wearing skirts that I'm pretty sure are supposed to be belts. -- Adam Selzer
The common herd of "burghers", those cattle, complete with horns, who turn millstones with their bare hands. -- Ivan Goncharov
My red patent-leather, 5-inch peep-toe slingbacks are not mere shoes. They are fine art. They make me feel tall. They make me feel sexy. They make me feel powerful. I call them my 'special-day shoes.' -- Nancy Lublin
A pleasantly situated hotel close to the sea, and chalets by the water's edge where one breakfasted. Clientele well-to-do, and although I count myself no snob I cannot abide paper bags and orange peel. ("Not After Midnight") -- Daphne Du Maurier
Hurry n: The dispatch of bunglers. -- Ambrose Bierce
English dragoons -- Diana Gabaldon
Makers?" said Toby. Jaysir nodded.
"We're not loners, you know. There just weren't any on Wallop. We love to get together, we just refuse to engage in social relations that are based on material inequity. -- Karl Schroeder
What contemptible scoundrel has stolen the cork to my lunch? -- W. Clement Stone
They are the fuga bidone, Christopher. They broke away. They're too far
ahead to reel in," Luca whispered, his voice breaking into the wind that licked
the mountain top. "We are the peloton."
"We'll see them again at the finish line. -- P.d. Singer
Anonymous young men with all-American bone structures. -- Sylvia Plath
Seagulls ... slim yachts of the element. -- Robinson Jeffers
Chef: Any cook who swears in French. -- Henry Beard
Concurring hands divide
flax for damask
that when bleached by Irish weather
has the silvered chamois-leather
water-tightness of a
skin. -- Marianne Moore
Silks, velvets, calicoes, and the whole lexicon of female fopperies. -- Jonathan Swift
What are the children of men, but as leaves that drop at the wind's breath? -- Homer
Cojones: testicles; a valorous bull fighter is said to be plentifully equipped with these. In a cowardly bullfighter they are said to be absent. -- Ernest Hemingway,
Such wanton, wild, and usual slips/ As are companions noted and most known/ To youth and liberty. -- William Shakespeare
Beauty had just squatted under one of the chairs lining the hallway. A small trickle was creeping across the marble floor.
'She's too intelligent to pay mind to me,' Lady Sylvia said blandly. 'All three dogs are French, and they behave just like Frenchmen. Decorative but peevish. -- Eloisa James
Them. Too much activity, right where the colonel -- Karl Marlantes
rabid tush patrol -- Kevin Barry
What are a handful of reasonable men against a crowd with stones in their hands? -- George Eliot
Unknown guests, with invincible and worldly carousers, and it became necessary -- Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Sterling Maids clean up with some sexy fun.
-- Sahalie Blue
Better start planning my wardrobe for the Luuurve trail. What do the Hamburgese wear?
Cowboy hats, I suppose. -- Louise Rennison
Essentially, the Tea Party are the Hell's Angels, but with sun visors instead of switch blades. They push macaroni instead of meth. Mess with the Tea Party and they'll put your dog in an American flag sweater on a hot day. -- Greg Gutfeld
Toys to deftly pluck up like animal crackers and deposit safely into a crate decorated with friezes of bright circus trains carrying aardvarks, dodos, swift dromedaries, baby elephants, and plastic dinosaurs. A box of mixed metaphors. -- Patti Smith
You must not think, sir, to catch old birds with chaff. -- Miguel De Cervantes
A simple garb is the proper costume of the vulgar; it is cut for them, and exactly suits their measure, but it is an ornament for those who have filled up their lives with great deeds. I liken them to beauty in dishabille, but more bewitching on that account. -- Jean De La Bruyere
corn maque choux. He -- Rachel Harris
Slightly older men and women, they had professions and soft slacks with knife pleats and a certain ease of bearing and belonging, the package of attitudes and values known as lifestyle -- Don Delillo
What if hamsters fought in the American Revolution? -- Colin Mochrie
My stomach aches a new. blasted inconvenience. What do young men have to mark their entry into adulthood? Trousers, that's what. Fine, new trousers. I despise absolutely everyone just now. -- Libba Bray
The concierge was a snapper who was over the hill and down a disused mine-shaft. Her hair was every bit as natural as a parade goose-stepping down the Wilhelmstrasse, and she'd evidently been wearing a boxing-glove when she's applied the crimson lipstick to her paperclip of a mouth. -- Philip Kerr
Flappers sounds like where waitresses go after they're too old to work at Hooters. -- Ray Romano
Whats the name you Poms have for that thing where you jump up and down and hit each other with sticks?"
He snapped his fingers. "Morris dancing. -- Alexis Hall
The next summer we went to France for six weeks, and I added another 420 words, most of them found in the popular gossip magazine, 'Voici'. "Man-eater", I'd say. "Gold digger, roustabout, louse".
"Who are you talking about?" my neighbors would ask. "What social climber? Where? -- David Sedaris
The men, who lumber around with Cowboys jerseys hanging past their coattails and their pants bagged around the heels of their boots, a fatal foreshortening of vertical line that makes them look like a bunch of hulking twelve-year-olds. -- Ben Fountain
I have left my balls to Robespierre and my legs to Couthon. That should help the Committee of Public Safety for a while. -- Georges Danton
Gentlemen do not carry a cane or a hat? No gloves?"
"Gentleman may still wear them, but I'm afraid the problem is that there aren't many left. -- Camilla Isley
What do ladies wear beneath their riding trousers?"
"I would think an infamous rake would already know."
"I was never infamous. In fact, I'm fairly standard as far as rakes go."
"The ones who deny it are the worst. -- Lisa Kleypas
My mother complained about the Parisians' habit of bumping into tourists on the narrow sidewalks. 'Am I bumping into them?' she asked, perplexed. 'I feel like such a clumsy American.' 'No, no,' I corrected. 'That's their way of saying hello. -- Kate Betts
Carnatur, eh? What are they man-eating daisies? -- Nicole Sager
Laistry ... I can't even say that. What would you call them in English?"
"Canadians. -- Rick Riordan
Harlequin, probably derived from the old French Hellequin: a troop of the devil's horsemen. -- Bernard Cornwell
The policemen had clearly been there all morning: four big white tea mugs from the canteen were drained and drip-stained, red-and-gold wrappers from caramel log biscuits were folded into interesting shapes on one side of the table, rolled up into tight little balls on the other. -- Denise Mina
Chomie' is South African homosexual men's unofficial name. -- Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Stained raincoats, I reckon." "And shitpaper stuck to their shoes. -- Daniel Woodrell
Moujiks. Right. What's a moujik?" the Tsar asked.
"Peasants, your majesty."
"No! Peasants. -- Eric Metaxas
Men don't make passes at crones with big (rhymes with passes). -- Cybill Shepherd
Ladies with curly hair / Have time to spare. -- Phyllis Mcginley
Whoa! If I'm gonna be a doorman, I gonna be the mos sabotagin doorman ever guarded a plantation. Ooo-wee. The cotton fiel be burn to the groun before I'm through."
Watch out, Jones. Don be getting yourself in no trouble."
Whoa! -- John Kennedy Toole
Englishwomen's shoes look as if they had been made by someone who had often heard shoes described, but had never seen any ... -- Margaret Halsey
Rolling torture wagons for nature's most dignified creature. -- Alec Baldwin
khaki utility vests - open portmanteaus -- James Patterson
What do you call a kid with no arms and an eyepatch? Names. -- Bo Burnham
Screwdrivers, women who screw drivers. -- Paige Toon
She had been to a tea-party with an antediluvian monster, and that they had been waited on by up-to-date men-servants. -- Bram Stoker
How they chirped over their cups. -- Robertson Davies
Apelles used to paint a good housewife on a snail, to import that she home-keeping. -- James Howell
These Atlantikoinonia. They're human? (Acheron)
What else would they be? Turnips? (Tory) -- Sherrilyn Kenyon
woollyheads and silvergrays, and am unable to understand -- Solomon Northup
At present men make shift to wear what they can get. Like shipwrecked sailors, they put on what they can find on the beach, and at a little distance, whether of space or time, laugh at each other's masquerade. -- Henry David Thoreau
Am dining at Goldini's Restaurant, Gloucester Road, Kensington. Please come at once and join me there. Bring with you a jemmy, a dark lantern, a chisel, and a revolver. S. H. It was a nice equipment for a respectable citizen to carry through the dim, fog-draped streets. -- Arthur Conan Doyle