draught englannista suomeksi
(label) (alt form) ''in its various senses''.
1526, (w), trans. ''Bible'', Luke V:
- (..)he sayde vnto Simon: Cary vs into the depe, and lett slippe thy nett to make a draught.
- “Drink and pass!” he cried, handing the heavy charged flagon to the nearest seaman. “The crew alone now drink. Round with it, round! Short draughts—long swallows, men; ’tis hot as Satan’s hoof.
- Finally I gave him a draught, and he sank into uneasy slumber.
1927-29, (w), ''(w)'', translated 1940 by (w), Part I, Chapter iii:
- Much as I wish that I had not to write this chapter, I know that I shall have to swallow many such bitter draughts in the course of this narrative. And I cannot do otherwise, if I claim to be a worshipper of Truth. (..)
1526, William Tyndale, trans. ''Bible'', Matthew XV:
- Then sayde Jesus: are ye yett withoute understondinge? perceave ye not, that whatsoever goeth in at the mouth, descendeth doune into the bely, and ys cast out into the draught?
1646, Sir Thomas Browne, ''Pseudodoxia Epidemica'', V.22:
- And therefore, for the whole process, and full representation, there must be more than one draught; the one representing him in station, the other in session, another in genuflexion.
- drawing sudden draughts upon the enemy when he looketh not for you
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