With a rowley powley, gammon and spinach, Heigho, says Anthony Rowley!
BROWN, who was along with me, tried werry Hard to gammon me to bleeve as none of the pullers in the fust boat got nothink for winning, and that none of the pullers in the larst boat paid nothink for loosing!
A direct question inevitably plunged Master Gammon so deep amid the soundings of his reflectiveness, that it was the surest way of precluding a response from him; but on this occasion his honest deliberation bore fruit.
The observation was apparently taken by Master Gammon to express one of the mere emotions within her bosom, for he did not reply to it.
Nevertheless, the sight of Master Gammon was like a comforting medicine to all who were in the house.
Master Gammon bade him go to a certain churchyard in Sussex, and inspect a particular tombstone, upon which the ages of his ancestry were written.
It's a poor stomach, I reckon," Master Gammon ruminated.
In Gammon and Spinach Mr. Stewart Orr has produced a picture-book unique of its kind.
As soon as Starlight came on to the Turon he was to rig himself out as a regular swell, and gammon he'd just come out from England to look at the goldfields.
He'd come in and see the horses sold, butgammon to be a stranger, and never set eyes on us before.
Lor', to take a young woman under a hedge, and talk to her as you did to Ursula; and yet you got everything out of her that you wanted, with your gammon about old Fulcher and Meridiana.
The bowsprit is passed through a ring at the top of the stern, and this ring is termed the gammon iron.
The bowsprit fittings, which are known as thegammon iron and heel plate (Figs.
Dear Hokey behasty, forbum sufferssore by a Thumpon’t; No baldmare myGammon shall contuseagain by one moretoss.
No bald Mare my Gammonshall contuse again by one more Toss.
These advantages, then, are not lost to the Regulator, or made use of without sore discomposure to the solitary tenant of her gammon board.
Full inside, sir, and in front; but you'll have the gammon board all to yourself, and your luggage is in the hind boot.
However, the mystery is cleared up; the ladder is reared to the hind wheel and the gentleman safely seated on the gammon board.
Mr. Gammon had formed already, vastly different plans for him!
It was useless for Gammon to try to check his laughter; so, leaning against the door-post, he yielded to the impulse, and laughed without intermission for nearly a couple of minutes.
Tag-rag furiously alleged the imposition which had been practised on him by Titmouse; but seemed quite collapsed when Gammon assured him that that circumstance would not afford him the slightest justification.
Gammon was looking attentively, and with a very chagrined air, at the pedigree; and Quirk was looking at Gammon.
Quirk rose from his seat, and took two or three turns about the room in silence, Gammon watching him calmly.
Gammon watched his figure out of sight, and then, for the first time since Mr. Aubrey's appearance, breathed freely.
Here Mr. Gammon somewhat significantly took out his tablets--as if to note down the language of his companion.
Gammon put his hand over his eyes, in order, apparently, to conceal his emotion, but really to observe what effect he had produced upon Titmouse.
It talked about how much she loved him—all she had done and suffered on his account—and a lot of gammon of that kind.
By all I can hear or learn," observed another individual present, "there's a precious sight more religious gammon in the Parliament Houses than anywheres else.
With that I grabbed my stick, and sang out, to gammon the blacks, "Here!
Didn't you go andgammon the soldiers when they were after the escaped French prisoners?
Apply to the nearest agency or to Gammon & Deering, Chicago, Ill.
One evening, while Gammon was worrying over this lack, he heard a gentle knock at the door.
Several years before, Gammon had been a Methodist preacher in Maine.
Easter and Gammon were driving their small factory ahead at full speed.
A year afterward Gammon fell sick and begged Deering to come to Illinois and manage the business.
But there was one quick-eyed man in Chicago named Gammon who heard of the event, and acted upon it so promptly that the goddess of prosperity picked him out as one of her favourites.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "gammon" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.