Amid the ruins of the house some things had escaped any harm: a Waterford crystal glass fruit bowl and the telephone.
The chiefs flocked to Waterford to do honour to their king's son.
I always sail Sundays, and I expect to race with Waterford to-morrow.
I felt a nudge from Waterford and turned the gas full on, while he quietly closed the door and turned the key.
"It is half past eleven, Phil," said Mr. Waterford, consulting his watch.
Waterford I was told that the fairies were not ghosts: they lived in the air.
Of course your father knew you were coming with Mr. Waterford.
In the immediate vicinity of Waterford itself there are many beauty spots and places of interest.
He hates Mr. Waterford, while my mother thinks he is a very fine man.
“Whatever she may prove, we shall be well in with Waterford harbour before she can reach us,” observed the captain.
city in southeastern Ireland; 1783 in reference to a type of glassware manufactured there.