Constance, in her dismay, dropped the sugar-tongs into the sugar.
When she reached the door she remembered the cup and the sugar-tongs.
But where are the sugar-tongs, the massive silver sugar-tongs?
S was the sugar-tongs, Nippity-nee, To take up the sugar To put in our tea.
"It must take years to understand it all," Cordelia ventured, toying absent-mindedly with the sugar-tongs.
"No sugar," said Cynthia, watching him, as he picked up the sugar-tongs.
She held a lump of sugar poised above his cup with the sugar-tongs.
He passed the sugar to the captain and stood before Mr. Sabin with the sugar-tongs in his hand.
At that moment Aunt Grace let the sugar-tongs fell with a clatter among the cups, and burst into a fit of sobbing.
The girl pondered a moment; her face grew grave, and she played nervously with the sugar-tongs.