Suddenly confronted at a boothin a public fair with the heir to the English throne, who but one of her own kind might have carried it off so well, have been so complete a mistress of herself?
The rector hung up the receiver, opened the door of the boothand mopped his brow, for the heat was stifling.
Now who do you think stopped at the booth for a chat with Miss Jinny?
For, while the Prince lingered in front of the booth of Dr.
Perhaps it is no wonder that my Lord Renfrew, whose intuitions are quick, remarked that he had already remained too long, thus depriving the booth of the custom it otherwise should have had.
And now, when the meeting-house is crowded as it has never been before, when Jonah Winch has arranged his dinner booth in the corner, Deacon Lysander raps for order and the minister prays.
Posthelwaite's church,--the booth next one of the great arches through which prancing horses and lowing cattle came.
That was the year that Miss Virginia Carvel was given charge of the booth in Dr.
Agnes Booth has scored a great triumph as Mrs. Seabrook in "Captain Swift" at the Madison Square.
For painstaking attention to detail, nicety of intonation, and powerful expression, Agnes Booth is in the front rank of leading ladies.
Edwin Boothand Lawrence Barrett have been doing fairly with their Shakespearean revivals at the Fifth Avenue.
More, if we win they will rush the booth and destroy the books.
The reasons for this instruction were cogent and were concisely summed up by Sir Alfred Booth during his examination as a witness as follows: [Sidenote: The Mersey sandbar.
Sir Alfred Booth was informed through the press of this advertisement on either Saturday evening, May 1, or Sunday morning, May 2.
Captain Booth was prompt in subduing rebellion and enforcing industry: the meals were regular, and habits of devotion and cleanliness were promoted.
The care was not unavailing: Captain Booth reported that a large proportion passed through his hands without incurring even magisterial correction, notwithstanding the most trivial disorders were punished.
Without looking around, she said dreamily: "It was one year ago to-day that I came into the trader's booth in Norway and saw him sitting there among the thralls.
From Helga's booth her voice arose in a weird battle-chant; while from the river bank came the voices and laughter and loud splashing of many bathers.
In the trader's booth in Norway a minstrel sang a ballad of 'Eric the Red and his Dwarf-Cursed Sword.
Crossing the city northward, they came where a trading-booth stood on its outskirts--an odd looking place of neatly built log walls tented over with gay striped linen.
From the booth set apart for her, Helga came out dressed for the feast.
Across the back of the booth stretched a benchful of sullen-looking creatures war-captives to be sold as slaves, native thralls, and two Northmen enslaved for debt.
The owner of the booth stroked his long white beard and eyed the captive critically.
As Edwin Booth followed the casket, his eyes heavy with grief, I could not but remember how often I had seen him enact the part of Hamlet at the stage burial of Ophelia.
Charlotte Cushman and Edwin Booth were both in Boston performing, as I remember, but not at the same theatre.
Although I had seen Mr. Booth in a variety of characters, I could only think of representing him as Hippolytus, a beautiful youth, of heroic type, enamored of a high ideal.
Mr. Booth himself called upon me, in pursuance of his request.
Close to the tomb of Nichiren stood a Japanese Salvationist, a zealous pimply young man, wearing the red and blue uniform of General Booth with kaiseigun (World-saving Army) in Japanese letters round his staff cap.
That booth might be interesting to grown people, but they didn't intend to spend any of their money upon such useful, everyday articles.
And, sure enough, in the very corner where Letty sat every Sunday morning in company with four other little girls and Miss Lamb, stood a booth draped with scarlet curtains over which winged a gay flight of blackbirds.
Mr. Seymour, as he pointed to a booth of larger dimensions than those which surrounded it.
The bearded stranger followed still, into the next booth but did not call a number.
There Captain, take the fourth booth against the wall.
Shirley hurried to the telephone booth in the corridor.
Each booth possessed a curious, arresting smell of its own.
One met her everywhere, and she carried her own perfume thick upon her wherever she went, but she always left sufficient behind in her own particular booth to keep up its character and special personal note.
We had provided luncheon at a largebooth with the sign of the 'Marquess of Granby.
In 1715 a new patent was granted to Sir Richard Steele, and Barton Booth was also added to the management.
But I resent being obliged by my dear native country to stand up in a booth by myself with a lead pencil and know all there is to know and in a few minutes, about seventy-five men on a ticket.
Booth ate a hearty dinner and, true to the words of his host and hostess, not one single thing disagreed with him.
Edwin Booth used to be troubled very much with indigestion; he suffered keenly from it.
No footlights, but tragedy--mightier, ghastlier than Ristori or Edwin Booth ever acted.
His "latest" is that he is so glad that Booth got to h--l before Abraham Lincoln got to Springfield.
Mr. Morse called this evening and he thinks Booth was shot by a lot of cowards.
One day Grettir was sitting in a booth and drinking, because he wanted to keep out of Gunnar's way.
On one occasion at the All-Thing he went to the booth of the Lawman Skapti the son of Thorodd, who was a man of great knowledge and gave good counsel to those who consulted him.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "booth" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.