Tonic Quotes

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V.E. Schwab
“Hastra handed him a blanket. "Shouldn't you take off her knives?"

"There's not enough tonic in the world to risk it," said Kell.”
V.E. Schwab, A Conjuring of Light

Devon Ashley
“She sipped the tonic. Her face puckered again. She gagged, covered her mouth and mumbled in disgust, "Oh my God!"

"I said it tasted better, not great."

Abby continued to force the sour tonic down in sips. She could taste a hint of vanilla but the potion left a bitter aftertaste that was similar to vinegar. Her stomach gurgled and burned.

"Water," she coughed after her last sip of tonic.

"No. You'll dilute it," Noel said firmly, relieving her of the glass.

Smartly, she rebutted, "Isn't that what you're supposed to do after drinking poison? Or is it throw up?”
Devon Ashley, Ordained

Charles Dickens
“Mrs. Pocket was at home, and was in a little difficulty, on account of the baby's having been accommodated with a needle case to keep him quiet during the unaccountable absence (with a relative in the Foot Guards) of Millers. And more needles were missing than it could be regarded as quite wholesome for a patient of such tender years either to apply externally or to take as a tonic.”
Charles Dickens

Craig D. Lounsbrough
“Because thankfulness is the tonic that always cures the cancers of greed, envy and jealously, it should be taken in liberal doses daily.”
Craig D. Lounsbrough

Staci Hart
“she shook me to the core. She was an earthquake, and I was changed forever because of her.”
Staci Hart, Tonic

“Nature is a tonic that can neither be packaged nor bottled... It eases the mind and soothes the senses.”
Melanie Charlene

“The air is sharp, and I understand why years ago sea air was prescribed as a tonic for the body.”
Anita Shreve, The Weight of Water

“Being loving and kind is not only good for our surroundings, these also tonic for our heart.”
Tonmoy Acharjee