Usage examples for tray

  1. Placing the tray upon a table, he retired. – A Bicycle of Cathay by Frank R. Stockton
  2. He went, taking the tray of jewels with him, and I, too, went to the eating- room to think. – The Virgin of the Sun by H. R. Haggard
  3. " I leave these things," pointing to the tray, " in your keeping, and," significantly, " I trust your decision will be a wise one." – The Moon Metal by Garrett P. Serviss
  4. Maggie was requested to bring up hot water and coffee, and great was her surprise to find the Baroness moving about the room when she appeared with the tray. – An Ambitious Man by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  5. Barely raising her eyes from the book, she merely put out her hand and took the letter from the tray. – Antony Gray,--Gardener by Leslie Moore
  6. I, too, am not quite the same,- I, whose dog presented you with the begging- tray." – Kenelm Chillingly, Book 8. by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  7. Jan seized the tray: " I'll send a wire now, if you and the children will take it down to the post- office for me." – Jan and Her Job by L. Allen Harker
  8. Lady Barbara read prayers in the dining- room at nine, and there breakfasted with Kate and Mrs. Lacy, sending up a tray to Lady Jane in her bed- room. – Countess Kate by Charlotte M. Yonge
  9. Retief's hand shot out to steady the tray. – Gambler's World by John Keith Laumer
  10. Says he good old dog Tray. – Edgar Saltus: The Man by Marie Saltus
  11. Then she sat down at the table near the door, with the tray in front of her. – K by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  12. One ice water pitcher and two glasses on a tray. – Guide to Hotel Housekeeping by Mary E. Palmer
  13. There's some of the butler on the bottle and the tray. – Whispering Wires by Henry Leverage
  14. Let me have them lay a tray for you- it will be really no trouble." – The Debit Account by Oliver Onions
  15. He ate up everything on his tray. – The Return by Walter de la Mare
  16. As soon as Juliet had started with the tray on which Roberts's tea was arranged, Mrs. Johnson went on talking to Mrs. Mitchell. – Littlebourne Lock by F. Bayford Harrison
  17. The woman paused, looked at Wharton, whom she had not recognised before in the dark- grew pale- and Marcella saw her hands shaking as she set the tray in order. – Marcella by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  18. She stood quietly beside him while he drank, and then moved to set the tray on a table. – East of the Shadows by Mrs. Hubert Barclay