How I ate out my gall bargaining with him he should let it down to fifteen cents!
He fretted and ate out his heart for the freedom of the range.
And even there she ate out her heart with that perpetual fear.
We ate out of the first dish and they ate out of the second.
If it ate out my heart, the sooner to end; my heart was broken now.
My mother said during the war and in slavery times they ate out of wooden spoons and bowls they made.
It ate out of my hand and rubbed its woolly head against my leggings.
The young men left some of the food in the kettles for the criers and old men, who then ate out of the kettles instead of bowls.
On this, each dish was placed separately; and all ate out of the same dish, after the Moorish fashion.
Then she ran back to the prince, and ate out both of his eyes, which sent him flying out of bed.