He rose, but she would not let him go until she had given him bread and butter and rusks.
After Miss Ophelia had taken the rusks, Dinah followed the woman to the door.
Look, Petsy is better; she has drunk her cream and rusks quite up.
She went to the nursery, secured the baby's rusks, and returned to the hay-field.
He said he thought so too, and he brought down a small sack of rice and some rusks.
Make a mixture of milk and raw eggs, enough to soak up in six rusks.
Beat the whites of three eggs and place them on the rusks in the shape of a pyramide.
She might have been in Redchester with those Sunday bells ringing and all the rusks.
She had forgotten to eat on the journey, and in Milan there had only been the rusks.
The rusks were splendid, anyhow, so what difference does it make what they were raised with?