I sat on a hay-stack, and spoke nothing for some hours; for I was to famish them from words.
Never varlets So triumph'd o'er an old fat man: I was famish'd.
Already languishing from sheer fatigue, must she now famish also?
I famish to begin again—and I will make time for that, and the girls too!
Relief must soon come from some quarter, else many in this community will famish.
But the tendency to famish us displayed by our Rulers was not calculated to improve the morale of a civilian, or any, army.
The gorging a royal kitchen may stint and famish the negotiations of a kingdom.
But, in the interim, she must starve and famish like a white mouse learning to dance.'
In many places it strives to famish them, or takes delight in annoying them.
"I lack some bread to give to those that famish, and I'll pay for that which I receive," was her reply.