She loves having a fuss made of her, beef tea—chicken—jelly with whipped cream—and fires in her bedroom, little Sybarite.
For lunch she drank some beef tea, keeping up the fiction of her indisposition.
When, however, broth and beef tea are used as clysters in such quantities that can be retained, they act most beneficially.
Molly's beef tea is bad enough; but mamma's——What shall I do with the pillow?
The beef tea was excellently savory, the fire was warm, and relief from two weeks of pain left a sort of Nirvana of peace.
Fortunately there is the beef tea we made, last night, for Mr. Donald.
Making Liebig's beef tea warms one, and they like it even from a Christian hand.
The orderly brought in a tray with a bowl of beef tea and a glass of wine.
I have ordered you some beef tea, which you must use freely, and by to-morrow I dare say you will be able to take more solid food.
beef tea answers as well; a bowl of chowder quite as well as either.