Antonyms for more champagne

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Mr Randall said he was sorry but he never mixed his wines, and he had some more champagne.

And during the rest of the evening he drank no more champagne.

Then they opened some more champagne, and Allis began to get good-natured, too.

There's more champagne in him—dry and sweet—than in all Mme. Cliquot's cellars, and he is as good as he is able and clever.

"Do, do fill her glass, and keep her quiet—she drinks port when there's no more champagne," said the mignonne.

With the help of more champagne the right course would grow plain to them.

When we chased them out of here the broken bottles looked as though there were no more champagne left in the world.

He called for more champagne, and all, save the little brown girl, greeted the magnum which presently appeared with cheers.

More champagne was opened; then the starting of the train ended all excitement, and the newly wedded pair were at last safely off.

"Some more champagne, madame, for the three musketeers," sang Randolph in a sort of operatic yodle.