The baby was naturally attracted to the bowlful of gold and jewels, but an angel intervened and pushed his hand to the other bowl.
In order to refresh myself afterward, I swallowed a bowlful of cider, and I began to bounce around as if possessed.
When he got back he offered it to his wife, who treated it as she had done the first bowlful.
That was now done, and he had that day borrowed a bowlful from a neighbour.
A house full and a hole full, but you can't catch a bowlful.'
Some chicken cunningly boiled with turnips, and a bowlful of snow-white boneless fish and a pile of rice, concluded the meal.
He poured out a bowlful for himself and another for his companion.
After administering a glass of port wine to him in a bowlful of sago gruel, we both fell asleep.
She indicated a bowlful of macerated bread-crumbs mixed with milk and butter, and liberally seasoned with pepper.
"'A house full and a hole full, but you can't catch a bowlful,'" repeated Laddie.