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She carried a small gold-headed ivory cane, and a richly jewelled snuff-box from which she regaled herself from time to time.
In the evening I regaled myself with some strong coffee, and I entreated that it might be made by the little sioa, Zanze.
The wretches who ate up the Saracens, and regaled themselves with human flesh?
On the train Doctor Hoff regaled his companion with a strictly paternal view of his son's character and pursuits as he knew them.
AVERAGE JONESSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
The smuggler arrived, and was regaled on pie, whether rabbit or hare he could not decide.
And he had regaled her and a girl friend on viands for which his twenty-five-dollar check had scarcely sufficed to pay.
A débutante destined to a higher kind of success, Ada Cavendish, regaled the opera-glasses with the sight of her beauty as Venus.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
Sir Gregory walked to his club, and regaled himself on cold lamb and a glass of claret.
MRS. VANDERSTEIN'S JEWELSMRS. CHARLES BRYCE
Julius Braun says, in regard to this Sma-tree: Hermes, the rare visitor, is regaled with nectar and ambrosia.
TROY AND ITS REMAINSHENRY (HEINRICH) SCHLIEMANN
A general fraternization ensued, and the late enemies and temporary friends regaled each other at various banquets.
SOUTH AMERICAW. H. KOEBEL

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