We now all found our tongues, a fillip had been given to our spirits, and we thought scarcely of our hunger or thirst.
"Salt Water" by W. H. G. Kingston
Let me look round the cabin for some external object to act as a fillip to an exhausted imagination.
"The King's Own" by Captain Frederick Marryat
This was quite an event, and gave a fillip to the inertness of Madame de Fontanges, whose curiosity was excited.
"Newton Forster" by Captain Frederick Marryat
Then with the wish for some stimulating fillip he stripped and plunged into the sobering coolness of the water.
"The Tyranny of Weakness" by Charles Neville Buck
A slight fillip was given to Robert's waning enthusiasm by the arrival of new furniture for his room.
"Salthaven" by W. W. Jacobs
He viewed the halfburnt perfecto ruefully and filliped it through the window.
"The Lure of the Mask" by Harold MacGrath
Her words were a fillip to the Ranger.
"Oh, You Tex!" by William Macleod Raine
A certain fillip was given to Cambo by the retreat here of Edward Rostand, the author of "Cyrano" and "L'Aiglon.
"The Automobilist Abroad" by M. F. (Milburg Francisco) Mansfield
She knew that it wanted but this fillip to carry her through.
"The Merry-Go-Round" by Carl Van Vechten
Corrupting a Legislature is not something a man may do with a fillip of his finger and thumb.
"Frenzied Finance" by Thomas W. Lawson
It might give a needed fillip to the national music of Japan.
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 147, September 2nd, 1914" by Various
Among smaller items he mentions ten thousand fillips and a million and a quarter raps and hits.
"Lafayette" by Martha Foote Crow
It was just a fillip to my enjoyment, as I looked on and off my page alternately.
"Daisy" by Elizabeth Wetherell
Dipping into Herr Wilner's diary added a fillip to the increasing fascination that was possessing him.
"The Dark Star" by Robert W. Chambers
If you'll give us dinner first, I might collect a few bright lads and give the thing a bit of a fillip.
"The Education of Eric Lane" by Stephen McKenna
He took the cigarette from his lips, eyed it regretfully, and flung it away with a petulant fillip.
"Out of the Depths" by Robert Ames Bennet
And that one of those yawps would be Jason, stodgily on his bench, gave Lonnie an extra fillip.
"Zero Data" by Charles Saphro
The fact was Barnriff's scandal had received a fillip in a fresh and unprecedented direction.
"The One-Way Trail" by Ridgwell Cullum
New discoveries of gold and rising prices gave everywhere a fillip to trade.
"The Railway Builders" by Oscar D. Skelton
Villon filliped his nose again.
"The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 4 (of 25)" by Robert Louis Stevenson