1 "It will serve you right if that sly piece does accept one of you," she said.
2 Gerald was disappointed, for he had wanted a son, but he nevertheless was pleased enough over his small black-haired daughter to serve rum to every slave at Tara and to get roaringly, happily drunk himself.
3 Mr. Wilkes always had at least a dozen darkies busy running back and forth with trays to serve the guests.
4 Draw water, serve food, lay pillows on the front porch, bind wounds, hold the dirty heads of the dying.
5 And get every cent out of them you can, but when you've got enough money, kick them in the face, because they can't serve you any longer.
6 It would serve her right for picking up trash and foisting it off on her friends and relatives.
7 Dilcey, serve the rest of the supper.
8 Since she had been brought up to be ornamental, she could hardly blame herself for failing to serve any practical purpose; but the discovery put an end to her consoling sense of universal efficiency.
9 They had been helping the hostess to serve the Waldorf salad and coffee and gingerbread.
10 It proved that he had learned to play in Minneapolis; that, next to Juanita Haydock, he had the best serve in town.
11 His side-fins only serve to steer by.
12 The tails tapering down that way, serve to carry off the water, d'ye see.
Moby Dick By Herman MelvilleContext Highlight In CHAPTER 121. Midnight.—The Forecastle Bulwarks.
13 Do thou abide below here, where they shall serve thee, as if thou wert the captain.
14 The next time she made bread, she scraped this sour stuff down into the fresh dough to serve as yeast.
15 They will serve at the same time as a defense for the Afro-Americans Sampsons who suffer themselves to be betrayed by white Delilahs.