Do not dole out money to your wife as though she were a beggar.
What is the cause of this parsimony of the liberty which you dole out to the people?
You force me to dole out what ought to be unmeasured to all human creatures.
I keep the purse, and dole out sovereigns with all the pangs of a miser.
At present I am the Dives of the mess and dole out luxuries to these Lazaruses.
And then four girls ought to sit on the top of each barrel, and dole out the wine from where they sit in long-eared rummers.
But here is one to whom they cannot dole out pennies: with one white arm-sweep she gathers in a golden harvest.
I shall make no row about it; and, since you can dole out the caps to your own pet chums, and no one can stop you—do it!
When the poor are to be relieved, the officers appointed to dole out public charity assemble and eat upon it.
I could dole out secretaryships and lordships, and never a one without getting something in return.