Usage examples for booth

  1. He found Ritter in the last booth, engaged in finishing a bottle of beer. – Murder in the Gunroom by Henry Beam Piper
  2. It was a sorry hour for England when such as ye, Nick Alwyn, left your green villages for loom and booth. – The Last Of The Barons, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  3. So I puts her on to sub for me with the bag while I slides into the 'phone booth. – On With Torchy by Sewell Ford
  4. He left a piece of paper in the booth. – Whispering Wires by Henry Leverage
  5. This day you worshiped Eternal Peace Or Eternal Flame, with scarce a laugh or jest To hide your worship; and I understood, Seeing so many facets to you, why it was Blind Condon always smiled to hear your voice, And why it was in a greenroom years ago Booth turned to you, marking your face From all the rest, and said, " There is a man Who might play Hamlet- better still Othello"; And why it was the women loved you; and the priest Could feed his body and soul together drinking A glass of beer and visiting with you.... – Songs and Satires by Edgar Lee Masters
  6. About whose booth, think you, does the crowd press? – Jewish Literature and Other Essays by Gustav Karpeles
  7. The librarian was nervous as he led his visitor into a reference booth. – The Junkmakers by Albert R. Teichner
  8. They were playing, that afternoon, at Cholwell Knox's, when Cholwell said something about Julia Booth which Bob resented, and there was a fight, The Boy taking Cholwell's part; why, he cannot say, unless it was because of his jealousy of Bob's affection and admiration for that charming young teacher, who won all hearts in the village, The Boy's among the number. – A Boy I Knew and Four Dogs by Laurence Hutton
  9. All you'd have to do would be to just stand behind the booth and sell things. – The Turner Twins by Ralph Henry Barbour
  10. He told how Sally and Booth had met their last call, of the M. O. and his splendid work in rescuing the wounded. – The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land by Ralph Connor
  11. On a pinch, a traveling merchant who sold goods at a fair could sleep in his booth or in the open air. – In the Days of the Guild by Louise Lamprey
  12. Kerunar looked at his newly set up booth. – The Players by Everett B. Cole
  13. Ellis answered her smile, and strolled up to the booth with a countenance that might have meant anything. – Tales of the Five Towns by Arnold Bennett
  14. Seek out Mrs. Ballington Booth, the great 'Little Mother' of all American prisoners. – The Rosary by Florence L. Barclay
  15. I'm in the telephone booth outside. – The Million-Dollar Suitcase by Alice MacGowan Perry Newberry
  16. Mr. McCollom came to try to apologize, to explain, but Booth would have none of it; he had out his hand, crying: Why, old fellow, you look as if you had lost the blood. – Life on the Stage by Clara Morris
  17. " Keep cool," warned the boy in the booth. – The Strange Cabin on Catamount Island by Lawrence J. Leslie
  18. He sold a few of the stones, two at a time, and with what he got for them he set up a booth in the market. – Old Peter's Russian Tales by Arthur Ransome
  19. In regard to the foundation of the Army itself and in connection with its earlier successes, much credit must be given to Mrs. Booth, the wife of William Booth. – The Social Work of the Salvation Army by Edwin Gifford Lamb