The very thought of catering to such appetites disgusted Gallatin.
“Yes; but I vote we do something in the catering line first,” was the answer.
He was catering for a gourmet in Furneaux, and rose to the requisite height.
He knew her independence of thought and action; it brooked no catering for favors.
They were worn out with centuries of catering to themselves.
And yet here he was catering to luxury, providing religion for it!
He seems always to be catering as much to his own enjoyment as to that of the public.
It'll be lovely; but how are we going to manage the catering department?
After some time he found that the editor was catering too freely for the Dons.
As for myself, what excuse have I had for catering to the gambling instinct?