But there’s a bottle half full of raspberry cordial that was left over from the church social the other night.
She jumped up hurriedly and said suppose they go in and have some raspberry cordial.
Anne looked on the second shelf of the room pantry but there was no bottle of raspberry cordial there.
"That’s awfully nice raspberry cordial, Anne," she said.
"I didn’t know raspberry cordial was so nice."
The tumblerfuls were generous ones and the raspberry cordial was certainly very nice.
"I should think Marilla’s raspberry cordial would prob’ly be much nicer than Mrs. Lynde’s," said Anne loyally.
"Not a thing but raspberry cordial," sobbed Anne.
I never thought raspberry cordial would set people drunk, Marilla—not even if they drank three big tumblerfuls as Diana did.
You went and gave Diana currant wine instead of raspberry cordial.
I thought it was the cordial.
Why, three of those big glasses would have made her sick even if it had only been cordial.
I thought it was only raspberry cordial.
I was firmly convinced it was raspberry cordial.
And at the same time Marilla recollected that she had put the bottle of raspberry cordial down in the cellar instead of in the pantry as she had told Anne.
When Anne came back from the kitchen Diana was drinking her second glassful of cordial; and, being entreated thereto by Anne, she offered no particular objection to the drinking of a third.
Then she wept all the way back to Green Gables, where she sorrowfully put the remainder of the raspberry cordial back into the pantry and got tea ready for Matthew and Jerry, with all the zest gone out of the performance.
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The countries share a long border and have cordial relations.