I de-clar, Vashti, you drinks mo' water than anybody I ever see.
The one sitting in the chair, with curls and flowers, is Vashti Ann.
Vashti, the queen, also gave a feast for the women in the royal palace which belonged to King Xerxes.
"Turn actress, and immortalize your name," said Sister Vashti, striking an attitude.
In like manner did Vashti the queen gather her guests together, and made them a feast in the palace.
"You will not need a bridge when you are grown up," said Vashti.
Strick was an eager lover, quick to jealousy—Glasson was uncommunicative even to Vashti, and careless of her opinions.
He did not tell himself that but for Vashti it had never been written.
So the resolution was to put Vashti away, and to give her dignity to another woman.
Vashti, who was leading the way down the track, turned with a laugh.
beautiful, the queen of Ahasuerus, who was deposed from her royal dignity because she refused to obey the king when he desired her to appear in the banqueting hall of Shushan the palace (Esther 1:10-12). (See ESTHER.)