Anything in my house, --pictures, books, wine, luxuries
of the table, --he may command them all
The lady, like one to whom silence and quiet were luxuries
, lingered on the landing for some time.
People had grown away from the telegraphic habit of thought, which was that wire communications were expensive luxuries
for the few.
Luscinda, Dorothea, the landlady, her daughter and Maritornes, attracted by the strange, and to them entirely new costume, gathered round her; and Dorothea, who was always kindly, courteous, and quick-witted, perceiving that both she and the man who had brought her were annoyed at not finding a room, said to her, "Do not be put out, senora, by the discomfort and want of luxuries
here, for it is the way of road-side inns to be without them; still, if you will be pleased to share our lodging with us (pointing to Luscinda) perhaps you will have found worse accommodation in the course of your journey.
He felt sorry for them at such times, and again as he thought of them amid luxuries
and comforts of their English homes, happy with their fathers and mothers, a most uncomfortable lump would arise into the boy's throat, and he would see a vision of his mother's face through a blur of mist that came unbidden to his eyes.
Coquenard, after the luxuries
of such a repast, which he called an excess, felt the want of a siesta.
Now this was a Sunday, and the abbe had come to ask his young companion to share the luxuries
But his son Antoninus was a most eminent man, and had very excellent qualities, which made him admirable in the sight of the people and acceptable to the soldiers, for he was a warlike man, most enduring of fatigue, a despiser of all delicate food and other luxuries
, which caused him to be beloved by the armies.
M'Kenzie, the superintendent, and remained with him three days, enjoying the unusual luxuries
of bread, butter, milk, and cheese, for the fort was well supplied with domestic cattle, though it had no garden.
His children were indulged in luxuries
that his death was to dissipate, and enjoyed an opulence that was only co-existent with the life of their parent.
Our natures had adapted themselves to circumstances, and we no longer pined for the luxuries
of the linum usitatissimum, but were ready to enter into all the pleasures of our new existence; which we well understood was to be one of pure parade, for no handkerchief of our quality was ever employed on any of the more menial offices of the profession.
She saw him as he was--a poor man with old parents to keep, who would not be able, for a long while to come, to give her even such luxuries
as she shared in her uncle's house.