"I'd—I'd like to eat a mutton chop like that," said Marjorie.
How in the name of reason can I be asked to eat a mutton chop?
A glass of beer and a mutton chop—his ideal of a dinner—he dared not touch.
And he was very particular that the mutton chop should be well cooked.
Then he walked to the bag where his dinner was kept; in it was a mutton chop and a large slice of brown bread.
If it was my sister, I could neither promise her a bed or a mutton chop.
A mutton chop was served with it for Mr. Preen, as he had lost his dinner.
He poised a mutton chop on his fork and looked inquiringly at Katherine.
Josie permitted herself the slight revenge of sprinkling a little extra pepper on her master's English mutton chop.
So, you see, dear, there is quite an event on a mutton chop.