I was dreaming thy cousin Barbara was making a sallet, and I was fain to taste it, it looked so cool and fresh,—and I wakened.
Unity sallet is there too—yes, at the other end, under the tarpaulin.
During the fourteenth century a new kind of helmet arose, called in England the "sallad," or "sallet."
It quite frightened her, not knowing that Unity sallet was in the waggon likewise.
Said the Baron: 'Looking at his inches, 't is a pity of him that he hath not jack and sallet and a spear over his shoulder.
If you bring anything for comfort in the country, butter or sallet oil, or both is very good.
He made haste to don his father's sleeveless chain coat and sallet.
sallet did not live to take part in the great, decisive encounter for which he so ardently longed.
Many a time, but for a sallet, my brain-pan had been cleft with a brown-bill.
What variety of herbs soever are shufed together in the dish, yet the whole mass is swallowed up under one name of a sallet.