Her decided opinion was that the old woman would not last out the night, and he asked: “Well?” And the sick-nurse replied: “Well, she may last two days, perhaps three.
A nice floury, yeasty mouthful that would last you for a couple of minutes.
He was, Ste said, a mere shadow; and Dr. Dale feared that he would not last very long after complete sanity set in.
In good sooth, I deemed it would have lasted longer.
It was very seldom indeed that the Candys had more of anything in their room than would last them for the current day.
I never repeated it, not because I was jealous, but because I was curious to see how long your ignorance would last if left to itself.
According to my calculations, my money would last till we got to Scotland. After that, I had my watch, rings, shirtpin, and Mr. Batterbury, to help in replenishing my purse.
Sometimes this state of affairs would last a whole month, and the stock-keeper would be driven to his wits’ end by his bleating, bellowing, neighing army.
The fifty pounds he had earned would not last long.
The flask would last a whole year, perhaps two.