Up he got from his seat upon the firkin, and his head was in the shadows of the smoky timbers.
He brought me a firkin of butter for my wife, which is very welcome.
The firkin was brought, turned upside down, and Joe mounted it.
Cranberries will keep all winter in a firkin of water in the cellar.
"I hope he will not try that firkin I packed that hot week in July," Mother would say.
At that moment in the box opposite, I saw our friends, Mr. Boosey and Mr. Firkin.
Mr. Firkin, as usual, was rigorously gentlemanly, in the quiet way.
I have taken your place, and Firkin expects you at New York.
Liar that thou art, Kerry—it would take a cask of one, and a firkin of the other to make up the necessary ointment!
At Loanda, capital of the kingdom of Angola, a firkin of wine sells for above thirty pounds sterling.