For five minutes they all talked at once, with their nasty fists 'eld under my nose.
"It was wonderful well played, Mr. eld," the old man answered.
Mr. Burroughs summed it up as he said good-night: "A day with the gods of eld—a holy day in the temple of the gods."
Of the ancient Scottish family of Monypenny, of Pitmilly; eld.
"Theer's nothin' o' that sort about me, Mr. eld," he replied.
Praise God, today I received a most cheering letter from eld.
But she 'eld 'im to it—stuck to 'im like grim death until' e'd gone through with it.
"Know that thou hast come into the hands of the Knights of eld," he said.
Hoary, gigantic shapes of eld do wrong to the Gods, and are put into the punitory Hades.
I couldn't think of nothing to say but just 'Not at 'Ome,' and out of 'abit like I 'eld the tray.