Every body considers that he shall have the less for what he gives away.
On a first night he gives away his stall and sneaks into the pit.
I should like to paint those eyes just at the moment when she gives away her heart.'
It's part of being a queen, and I daresay she gives away lots too.
Why is it bad when an Indian gives away all his goods for others?
The man who gives away his freedom is everlastingly bankrupt.
That's not the sort of thing one gives away for buttered cake.
"Although he gives away forty pounds to Leroy," added Rosalie, the technical terms of the track coming strangely from her lips.
In these matters it is literally true that memory best retains what she gives away.
She gives away more than a handful of violets, for with them goes a bright smile, which is like sunshine to the sick heart.