But an unmitigated nuisance to God and man is a half-and-half church, with piety tepid.
Mayhap you think it's you're pint of half-and-half as keeps us all out of the union.
This half-and-half business, the half-and-half manners of this generation, has brought all this upon us.
His boat attack had been a half-and-half affair, for all that.
He paused to lift his pot of half-and-half, and Andrews sipped his whisky and water.
Away with your half-and-half sinners who have some love for virtue!
The word-play about her eyes seemed to savour of the "half-and-half."
"You're such a half-and-half man," she said with a note of contempt in her voice.
Solder is made from 50 per cent tin and 50 per cent lead, this grade being called "half-and-half."
By this time the waiter brought Mr. Peacock the half-and-half.
1756 as "ale and porter;" as a mixture of milk and cream, by 1946.
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