Besides, he told me, with tears in his eyes, that my rusk tasted just like his dead mother's.
The little girl knew Maslova, and when she saw her face and the rusk she let her take her.
It was agreed that the grounds and gardens should be let, but not the house, of which Mrs. rusk was to take the care.
He was drinking a cup of thick, syrupy coffee, and soaking a rusk in it.
For the elephant she had a rusk, a bun for the bear, and the gorilla was pacified by an offering of nuts from his native Brazil.
I also heard Mrs. rusk, in a minute or two more, emerge I suppose from the study.
The woman threw them a rusk loaf, and this was caught and quickly concealed beneath the sheltering cloaks.
I met Mrs. rusk bustling along the passage with a housemaid.
General rusk was never out of sight of a Wisconsin man, and of course the Ohio man was always there.
And Mrs. rusk sat down and laughed heartily, ending with a crow of derision.
"light, crisp bits of bread or biscuit," 1590s, from Spanish or Portuguese rosca "roll, twist of bread," literally "coil, anything round and spiral," of unknown origin, perhaps from a pre-Latin Iberian word.