The child was then sent on his or her way, with a piece of fruit and a carton of milk.
He dumped the contents onto the ground, looking all over for the carton.
And at $29.99, lighting up all sense of parental dignity and responsibility costs less than a carton of actual cigarettes.
Bella can pig out whenever there's a carton of Ben Jerry's in the freezer.
It attracted Mr. Lorry's eyes to carton's face, which was turned to the fire.
"I was not present at the ceremony; but my opinion is you were," said carton.
It was carton that brought him here for the first time, a week ago.
"I have no business to be, at all, that I know of," said Sydney carton.
Darnay was seated, writing a last letter to Lucie, when carton entered.
"You are a good man and a true friend," said carton, in an altered voice.
1816, from French carton "pasteboard" (17c.), from Italian cartone "pasteboard," augmentative of Medieval Latin carta "paper" (see card (n.)). Originally the material for making paper boxes; extended 1906 to the boxes themselves. As a verb, from 1921.