From these ice-fields they filled their casks with water, which was very pure and soft.
He's enough to turn the very beer in the casks sour with his looks; he is!
I am as full of rain-water as my father's casks are of October.
Coqueville had finished the casks and did not dream of going home to dine.
So then, Friday evening, there were seven casks on the beach!
The seven casks were placed in a row; each could choose that which he liked best.
That which enraptured Coqueville was that the casks did not cease.
Then it was that Delphin slipped into the shadow of the casks.
You do not know the contents of all those bales and casks, Mr. Wilkinson?
I might have contrived some arrangement of booms and casks to serve as a raft, but to what purpose?