1 But soon even these intervals of consciousness ended, and she lay hour after hour, tossing to and fro, with incoherent words on her lips, or sank into a heavy sleep which brought her no refreshment.
2 The bread and cheese was presently brought in and distributed, to the high delight and refreshment of the whole school.
3 With that refreshment I could perhaps regain a degree of energy: without it, it would be difficult to proceed.
4 She danced next with an officer, and had the refreshment of talking of Wickham, and of hearing that he was universally liked.
5 On Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner's coming up they were all pressed to go into the house and take some refreshment; but this was declined, and they parted on each side with utmost politeness.
6 I let the poor things converse unmolested, till I supposed the songs were going to cease, and the singers to get some refreshment: then I clambered up the ladder to warn her.
7 The moon shone bright; a sprinkling of snow covered the ground, and I reflected that she might, possibly, have taken it into her head to walk about the garden, for refreshment.
8 These circumstances, added to the refreshment I had received by their victuals and drink, which were very nourishing, disposed me to sleep.
9 I then took some refreshment, and went to my rest.
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10 I rang for the tea, and the waiter, reappearing with his magic clew, brought in by degrees some fifty adjuncts to that refreshment, but of tea not a glimpse.
11 When Mr. Wopsle had imparted to me all that he could recall or I extract, and when I had treated him to a little appropriate refreshment, after the fatigues of the evening, we parted.
12 One of them was always taking refreshment.
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13 Dispatching this refreshment by the way, I went in the direction my friend had indicated, and walked on a good distance without coming to the houses he had mentioned.
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14 I never did in my days behold anything like Mowcher as she stood upon the dining table, intensely enjoying this refreshment, rubbing busily at Steerforth's head, and winking at me over it.
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15 To escape from this painful feeling he went away into the other room where there was nobody except the waiters at the refreshment bar.