“During the dry season, women ate more green leafy vegetables,” prentice said.
Gabriel folded his arms, which were now at liberty, and eyed his old 'prentice in silence.
I used to hear Ben Franklin say things like that when he was a 'prentice lad.
The series was illustrated with the early and prentice work of the Bewick School.
Try your 'prentice hand on contributions to the smaller publications.
"The barn which the meteor destroyed," said the Reverend Mr. prentice, pointing it out.
The youth hastened towards the night-quarters of the headsman's 'prentice.
He had a trifle over sixty thousand dollars in prentice's institution—more than half of all he owned.
But the 'prentice growled furiously: "It was old Nick himself."
Honore's 'prentice attempts at producing a masterpiece oscillated between the novel and the drama.