Mr. Gosling wrote that the item of chains, or suggestion of a basket that had been attached, had originated with Mr. Bassett, who had not seen the object.
Mr. Gosling mentioned a balloon that had escaped from Paris in July.
These callow birds had never played In yonder village pond; Had never through the gateway strayed, And plaintive spissant music made Upon the grassy green beyond: Cooped up, they simply ate and grew For gosling stew!
IN Oberhausen, on a time, I fared as might a king; And now I feel the muse sublime Inspire me to embalm in rhyme That succulent and sapid thing Behight of gentile and of Jew A gosling stew!
My doctor said I mustn't eat High food and seasoned game; But surely gosling is a meat With tender nourishment replete.
Leastwise I gayly ate this same; I braved dyspepsy--wouldn't you For gosling stew?
Oh, that mein kleine frau could brew A gosling stew!
Vain are these keen regrets of mine, And vain the song I sing; Yet would I quaff a stoup of wine To Oberhausen auf der Rhine, Where fared I like a very king: And here's a last and fond adieu To gosling stew!
Then she became aware that Lady Albury was speaking to Mrs. Gosling in the billiard-room outside, detaining her other guest till the scene within should be over.
The house was now nearly empty, there being no visitors there except Mr. and Mrs. Gosling and Ayala.
But Lady Albury and Jonathan together silenced Sir Harry, and Mrs. Gosling proved the absurdity of the objection by telling the story of a pony who had carried a lady three days running.
Then goslingaftergosling was dropped down, and as soon as each one reached the water it seemed to become alive and it moved about.
So I will quit Giles Gosling to-morrow, and change my course and place of residence as often as a hunted fox.
They were, however, compelled to remove; and go at length they did, leaving Gosling and Tressilian in the empty apartment.
Gosling demeaned himself as if he were much of the same opinion, for even the sight of the gold made less impression on the honest gentleman than it usually doth upon one of his calling.
Giles Gosling himself was somewhat scandalized at the obstreperous nature of their mirth, especially as he involuntarily felt some respect for his unknown guest.
Tressilian, when Giles Gosling first appeared in the public room, on the morning following the revel which we described in the last chapter.
Giles Gosling received the adieus of Wayland rather joyfully than otherwise.
Gosling Island is a pretty place, and I think you will all enjoy the sail.
Edna was not allowed to go away without having the sail to Gosling Island, and this time there was no headache to interfere, but all went smoothly, and the sail home by moonlight was something to be remembered.
Eat a gosling that I have caught and put in with his brothers and sisters (whom he never recognises) so frequently and regularly that I am familiar with every joint in his body?
The Swan was kept there for his looks, The thrifty Gosling for the Cooks; The first the garden's pride, the latter A greater favourite on the platter.
The Swan and the Cook The pleasures of a poultry yard Were by a Swan and Gosling shared.
At last, in her grief, she went out, and the youngest gosling ran beside her.
So she sent the littlegosling back to the house for scissors, needle, and thread, and began to slit up the monster's stomach.
Bright turf-born gosling of the field, Teach us to smile, and give A perfume from a fragrant soul, That on and on shall live.
I am obliged to you, for looking me out this Lancashire Man, who may assuredly be of use, and no less so for your intercession with Gosling or Clive.
Gosling and Clive, Fleet Street, they have order to honour, which for the future I should think would be the easiest and properest way.
Messieurs Gosling and Clive are instructed to obey your commands whenever you please to send them.
Last night I found a note from Gosling that he wished to see me this morning.
When she came back, there was my dear little gosling sitting up on his tail as if he expected to have his picture taken, trying to tell what Tommy had done.
You're as much out of place in a race with me, as the goslingwas in the stork's nest.
Of course Mrs. Stork couldn't understand a word my dear little gosling said, because he didn't talk plain owing to having no teeth, and she sent in a hurry for her husband to come and find out what had happened to their baby.
The gosling said: "I will not open for you, because you will eat me.
The poor gosling began to weep and beg her sister to open to her, for she was alone, and did not know where to go, and if the wolf found her he would eat her; but it did no good: she shut the balcony and stayed in the house.
The wolf, well satisfied, saluted the gosling and went away.
The man pitied the gosling so much that he said: "Yes, yes, good gosling, or rather I will build your house for you.
The next day the gosling got up early and went and bought the meal and then returned home and shut the house.
Then the gosling took a knife and cut open the wolf's stomach, and out jumped the other goslings, who were still alive, for the wolf was so greedy that he had swallowed them whole.
When it was finished the largest gosling said: "Now I want to see whether one is comfortable in this house.
He knocked at the door and the gosling said: "Who is knocking at the door?
A little while after, the gosling said to the wolf: "Would you like to try a bit of macaroni to see whether it is well cooked?
While he was gone the goslingprepared the macaroni, and put it on the fire to cook in a kettle full of water.
The middle-sized goslingsaid to the smallest: "Listen.
But then, it was only the portrait of a middle-aged woman with a sick gosling on her lap, and half a dozen zoological specimens grouped around her.
His aunt, however, waving the teapot in her excitement, filled up the pause, aided by a sick gosling which had fluttered down from her lap as she rose.
A minute of frantic shoving, joined by a chorus of hounds from within, and Miss Will Macdonald returned breathless to her seat on the steps, while the sick goslingfluttered to her lap once more.
The weather was favorable for fishing, the game being abundant in Gosling Lake, but such sport could wait, and the lads agreed that nothing ought to divert them from their social obligations.
If all goes well--and there is no reason why it should not--you will be promenading along Gosling Lake on crutches in three weeks.
Howld on, me bye; ye haven't been properly inthrodooced to the young leddy, who is Queen of Gosling Lake.
I believe we can count upon twenty guests at the clubhouse on Gosling Lake.
It may be they've been here so short a time that he hasn't obsarved the same, but Gosling Lake has been in these parts a good many years, and he'll be sure to know where it is.
You know I own the southern shore of Gosling Lake, which lies in the lower part of Maine, a few miles from the bank of the Sheepscott.
It was like him to furgit to ask me for the dockymint till it was too late to board the expriss for Gosling Lake.
Now on the afternoon following the visit of little "Sunbeam" to the bungalow on the shore of Gosling Lake, more than half the boys, as you may remember, divided into small parties and set off on a ramble through the wilderness.
The conversation thus recorded may form the framework of the picture of the camp of the Boy Patrols on Gosling Lake.
We expect to reach Gosling Lake in time to get into our quarters on Wednesday and shall look for you to be there to help us with our work.
Their destination became Gosling Lake in southern Maine, a few miles back in the woods from the Kennebec River.
Miss Kitty screamed, but tightly held The little yellow ball, And you know she'd not the shadow of right To that goose's gosling at all.
Has Sir Philip Gosling sent to say, whether he would be with us at the ball to-night?
They bamboozle a green gosling out of his birthright on Monday; that's business.
Lord to swoop down upon it like a hungry hen-hawk on an unripe gosling and fairly devour it, then roll their eyes to heaven like a calf with the colic and wonder what this wicked old world is coming to.
When the crow tries to carry off a gosling from the mother, it requires more daring and skill, and is far less frequently successful than in the former instance.
Nothing could exceed the cool impudence and pertinacity of the crow, who, perfectly regardless of my shouting, continued to worry the poor gander for an hour, by his efforts to obtain a nice gosling for his next meal.
A miserable young foreigngosling it was from that hour, though it had her own grandfather's special kind of a nose on its unmistakable face.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "gosling" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.