So raucous did the celebration get that City Tavern took the unusual step of sending along a bill for “breakage.”
Thurstane took the lariat, inspected the breakage carefully, and scowled with helpless rage.
Abruptly, from the mizzen-mast, came a snap of breakage and crash of fabric.
Use the ordinary good sense with which you have been endowed in handling the jars and you will have no breakage.
This liability to breakage is reduced, but not eliminated, by the asbestos annealing.
"To pay for breakage," he said, and disappeared down Pelham Parkway.
Sometimes the hook tears out, but most fish are lost by breakage.
I sent him to stay with you, as we were delayed by a breakage.
These were large and sound, and were more than a foot in diameter at the points of breakage.
The loss from breakage varies considerably with the amount of handling in the process of marketing.