1 This gave the hunter little uneasiness, however, for there was game to be had among the mountains, and he had frequently before had to depend upon his rifle for the needs of life.
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2 There he remained until closing time, and when he came out he was so far gone that I knew the game was in my own hands.
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3 The company had been enjoying a game of cards but had broken off for the moment, evidently in order to drink a toast.
4 His little game with the paper hadn't worked.
5 He gave up the game; he couldn't be bothered.
6 Red Indians the game was; a reed with a note wrapped up in a pebble.
7 Stone-kicking was a child's game.
8 By the rules of the game, one stone, the same stone, must be kicked to the goal.
9 Cobbet in his corner saw through her little game.
10 Automatically he consulted his watch; noted time to water at seven; and observed the little game of the woman following the man to the table in the West as in the East.
11 There in that packet are the game pasties.
12 Her little game had gone wrong.
13 I remember that Miss Gradgrind takes no interest in the game.
14 Such being the interest taken by the fair sex in this bloody game, that of the men is the more easily understood.
15 Collect what force you can, for there's game afoot that must be hunted hard, and will turn to bay.