“I thought milk must have 'riz' lately, but I paid the money and left.”
“I can cook, boy, in a way to make your mother's Sunday dinner, with company expected, look like Mrs. Newlywed's first attempt at 'riz' biscuits.”
“He shook out the diminutive serviette he had brought for her and spread it across her lap; he poured her coffee and sweetened it according to direction; he even buttered her "riz" biscuits and poured the cream on her berries.”
“And then, all to once, the water in the tank kind of riz up, you know, and somethin 'white -- might have been the broadside of a barn for all we had time to see of it -- showed for a jiffy, there was a' Woosh, 'and the white thing went under again.”
“Food distracted his mind, he was apt to say, from thought, a statement which his landlady treated with indulgent contempt, as she had never known him to remark the difference between "riz" bread and the soda article.”
“He has no social backing; his mother is a religious little country woman, who doubtless says 'riz' and 'reckon,' and he only has what he can earn by mental effort.”
“Sometimes they paid you as high as $20 a month and board, lots of board, real buckwheat cakes ( "riz" buckwheat, not the prepared kind), and real maple syrup, and real sausage, the kind that has sage in it; the kind that you can't coax your butcher to sell you.”
“But the exhorter was too quick for them and "riz" it before the request was fairly uttered.”
“The French word 'riz' that he used was unknown to Hornblower, but he stamped his foot on the deck and pointed down through it.”
“I say, isn't bread 'riz' enough when it runs over the pans?”
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