1 As for Aunt Pitty, she was nervously trying to stifle a belch, for the rooster they had had for supper was a tough old bird.
2 It would be selfish to eat the rooster alone, and if Melanie would only move her top hoop a little higher no one would notice anything and she was so flat in the bust anyway.
3 Once he brought home a rooster which he said he found in the woods.
4 Now, Jake,' grandmother was saying, 'if you can find that old rooster that got his comb froze, just give his neck a twist, and we'll take him along.
5 One old rooster was stirring about, pecking at the solid lump of ice in their water-tin.
6 While I was putting my horse away, I heard a rooster squawking.
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7 Grandmother hunted up her fancy cake-cutters and baked gingerbread men and roosters, which we decorated with burnt sugar and red cinnamon drops.