Better to-day, sir—I drenched him with train—oil and sulphur.
I am to them as a child, and they have scoured me, and they have given me train oil.
train oil or nut oil is frequently substituted for the castor oil.
The Greenlander preys on garbage and train oil; and each “blesses his stars, and thinks it luxury.”
train oil shall go the same way; oil of blubber shall march in equal rank; brushes and bottles endure the like judgment.
We are just recovering from tumult and train oil, and transparent fripperies, and all the noise and nonsense of victory.
One is often asked whether seal's flesh does not taste of train oil.
The huts are well warmed with fires; and are lighted by lamps, filled with train oil, and furnished with moss instead of a wick.
Each tent contained an inner sleeping-room of deerskin, which was lighted and warmed by lamps of train oil.
The eggs of the loom are palatable, and the flesh is excellent, though not quite free from the flavour of train oil.