I am going to see Inchegora after breakfast; a very important mission, touching a limekiln in dispute there.
I knew very well, however, that the appointed place was the little sluice-house by the limekiln on the marshes, and the hour nine.
I ache as if I had been beaten to a jelly, and I am as thirsty as a—as a limekiln.
I left her for dead, and if there had been a limekiln as nigh her as there is now nigh you, she shouldn't have come to life again.
I feel like a—a—boiled owl; my head is aching as though it would split, and my mouth is as dry as a limekiln.
limekiln-lane, now Lime-street, was so called from the limekiln that stood on the site of the present Skelhorn-street.
Then up in the morning in jolly good time to get the limekiln workers on the job by seven.
They were like men who had crept into a limekiln for warmth, and by mischance were stupefied by the fumes and were being roasted.