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  • Count Robert had taken a single, indeed, but a deep draught, was more potent than the delicate and high-flavoured juice of the Gascogne grape, to which he was accustomed; at any rate, it seemed to him that, from the time he felt that he had slept, daylight ought to have been broad in his chamber when he awaked, and yet it was still darkness almost palpable.

    Count Robert of Paris

  • Indeed they are utter strangers to what we call common decency; and I could give you some high-flavoured instances, at which even a native of Edinburgh would stop his nose.

    Travels through France and Italy

  • Here are excellent turkies, and no want of game: the hares, in particular, are very large, juicy, and high-flavoured.

    Travels through France and Italy

  • I was curious to compare the taste of some of the very best qualities of both kinds, and was brought to the conclusion, confirmed by the opinion of gentlemen interested in the sale of sea-faring tea, that, although some of their own is more high-flavoured and stronger, there is in the Kiakhta tea an exquisite delicacy, which will always receive in its favour a higher price.

    Russia As Seen and Described by Famous Writers

  • As they sat over a frugal meal of oat porridge, the poached fish, and a smoky, high-flavoured mutton ham, whose history the

    Doom Castle

  • If the _essentia bina_ is neither burned too little nor too much, it is a rich, high-flavoured, grateful bitter, that preserves and gives an inimitable flavour and good face to porter; to be added in proportion as the nature and composition of the grist is varied with a greater or less proportion of pale malt.

    The American Practical Brewer and Tanner

  • He possesses, in the highest degree, that _style tacheté et faisandé_ -- high-flavoured and spotted with corruption -- that he attributes to Goncourt and

    Figures of Several Centuries

  • Then a disgust fell on the multitude at having nothing to eat but the manna day after day, no change, no flesh, no fish, no high-flavoured vegetables, no luscious fruits ...

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • Perhaps a young gull is too big, or too tough, or too high-flavoured a dish for them.

    Days Off And Other Digressions

  • When far enough away, we commenced operations by squeezing in the water some pieces of fish that had been kept for the purpose until they were rather high-flavoured.

    The Cruise of the Cachalot Round the World After Sperm Whales

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