"Tinkle, inkle," came the sound of old Daisy's bell from the pasture; and the sound started a new train of glad thoughts.
But if our voyage from England was so pleasant, it wasn't owing to Mr. inkle, I'm certain.
And how came you, sir, to impose upon me, and assume the name of inkle?
The inkle was a favourite pedlar-sold tape of the day, probably more at hand and more to the purpose than packthread.
As soon as they arrive, inkle goes and sells his benefactress in the slave market.
My business is to prevent young sobersides, young inkle, from appearing, to interrupt the ceremony.
John was going foremost when Richard, a good way behind, dropped 'a ball of inkle from his pocket.'