port-wine was had in by a sympathiser, and we drank it mingled with tears.
There was, I have said, a bottle of port-wine before us—I should say a decanter.
“And a glass of port-wine for the gentleman,” put in the Captain.
The porter was frothy and cool, and the port-wine was worthy of the gills of a bishop.
She forced daily doses of quinine and port-wine down her throat, and saved her every possible step.
One was a clergyman of the dear old purple-faced port-wine school.
He has shone in evening receptions at Mrs. Machyn-Stubbs's, and sipped lawyer Leadbeater's port-wine with appreciative gusto.
It is insoluble in alcohol, ether, and water; but is very soluble in alkaline lyes, to which it imparts a port-wine colour.
Yet when the vehicle drew up he was sensibly chagrined to recognise the port-wine cabman of the night before.
Simmer them till tender; and when half done, pour in a glass of port-wine.