It mendeth a bouillon much, to boil in it some half-rosted Volaille, or other good meat.
Eventually each of them dipped a piece of bread into the soup to taste the bouillon.
One of the maids, entering soft-footed, brought her some bouillon and the breast of a chicken, on a silver tray.
Oysters on the half-shell and bouillon served in cups are the first two courses.
“The bouillon was offered first to Mr. Quest,” she murmured.
bouillon was his brother-in-law, the sister of Conde was his brother's wife.
He had still six francs fifty centimes in his pocket, and he went and lunched at a bouillon Duval.
It was not the first nor likely to be the last of bouillon's deadly intrigues.
Naturally, you go without any dinner—a cup of bouillon is considered sufficient to keep you alive.
And then there was bouillon, and time to look about at the toilets.