Still I liked the boy," added the tutor, "but, poor fellow, his parents spoiled him."
As dusk draws on, the young fellow, returning from a long walk, espies an aged Irish lady leaning against a tree on the edge of the turnpike, with a pipe upside-down in her mouth, and her bonnet on wrong-side-afore.
The little fellows who wear not much more than a breechclout play Base Ball.
I am sorry, old fellow, I kept you talking instead of letting you look after your rattle-traps, but I was so glad to see you again after all this long time."
Lawrence is a good fellow, but that wife of his always put me in mind of iced champagne, sparkling and cold."
"No more than I am, my dear fellow.
He hauled in manfully, and although, owing to the intricacies of the channel, he could not see what he had caught, he knew it was a fine fellow from its weight.
The Colonel was a big tanned fellow, nearly forty--eldest of the party--whom the others used to guy discreetly, because you couldn't mention a place anywhere on the known globe, except the far north, which he had not personally inspected.
Poe ran well, but his competitor was a long-legged, Indian-looking fellow, who would have outstripped Atalanta without the help of the golden apples."
No Swearing, dear Ned, for 'tis not such a Secret, but I will trust my Intimates: these are my Friends, Ned; pray know them--This Mr. Sham, and this--by Fortune, a very honest Fellow Bows to 'em Mr. Sharp, and may be trusted with a Bus'ness that concerns you as well as me.
Well, Sir, we will follow you--but as dolefully as People do their Friends to the Grave, from whence they're never to return, at least not the same Substance; the thin airy Vision of a brave good Fellow, we may see thee hereafter, but that's the most.
He was ten years my senior--a tall, handsome, magnificently built and powerful young fellow, who could out-run, out-jump and out-fight any man in the train.
A handsome fellow, Gifford was constrained to acknowledge, and of a strong, positive character; the type of man, he thought, who could be very fascinating to women--and very brutal.
Now I knew very well what treatment I should get, and that it takes a stout fellow to front a conspiracy of scorn.
And here it is,--and a clever fellow he must have been," the Doctor says.
I repeated the question, addressing more particularly a great, gaunt fellow at my elbow; yet again I received no answer.
Noble fellow, that he was.
We found him a perfect gentleman--a whole-souled, genial-hearted fellow, whom everybody liked and respected.
Nice fellow, Grant.
Is the silly fellow to get angry and call out, and disturb the play, and annoy the artists?
The roadmakers proved splendid fellows.
I tell you, it gave me a chill of ghosts to see the big black fellow's eyes.
SMIRCH is a worthless fellow.
"Forsooth," quoth he, nodding, "thou'rt a lusty fellow, Sir Gentleness, by the teeth of St. Giles, which is my patron saint, ne'er saw I a goodlier spread of shoulder nor such a proper length of arm to twirl an axe withal, and thy legs like me well--hast the makings of a right lusty man-at-arms in thee, despite thy soft and peaceful look!"
The two Fifth Form boys were big, strong fellows, and for a moment it seemed as though a stand-up fight would ensue.
The cool sound of it would be a fitting dirge for a foolish fellow who had wandered far from his home.
The Inquisitors sat on their tribunals; black-robed familiars flitted about, or waited attentive upon their orders; one expert in ecclesiastical jurisprudence proved the edge of an axe, and another heated pincers in a chafing-dish; dismal groans pierced the massy walls; two sturdy fellows, stripped to the waist, adjusted the rollers of a rack.
Nicholas is not a bad fellow," he added. "
He struck the midshipmen as being a pleasant, wholesome fellow, though the water tenders and firemen of the "Massachusetts" knew that he could be extremely strict and grim at need.
Altogether, he reminded Grant of a certain notable actor who is invariably cast for the rôle of a gentlemanly scoundrel, but who, in private life, is a most excellent fellow and good citizen.
A hot day was in prospect on the morrow, and the fear of having to fight on an empty water-bottle prevented many a gallant fellow broaching his supply before daybreak.
John accepted the invitation forthwith, much to his friend's chagrin, who was bothered to know what to do with him; for he was under the impression that some members of the family where he expected to lodge would not give a very hearty welcome to this rough fellow.
Do you know, Miss Rushford, I have never before realised what a tremendously lucky fellow I am?
I believe there has been some little difference of opinion among you, especially in regard to the selection of the two fresh prefects; there are so many worthy fellows in the Sixth that one can hardly wonder at your finding some difficulty in making your choice.
"Yes; he is a smart fellow.
He fears these new-comers, who are simple fellows that do not respect his grandeur.
"Are you not a pretty fellow to vote for Bald-head, whom you have so often called rogue and blockhead?"
Laura had forgotten a book which she prized highly and was in hope that the janitor, a good-natured old fellow, would let her in long enough to get it.
Francis Jeffrey, who wrote long ago about Pepys, evidently thought that he was an idle and unprofitable fellow and that the diary was too much given to mean and petty things.
I vow to Fortune, Ned, thou must come to London, and be a little manag'd: 'slife, Man, shouldst thou talk so aloud in good Company, thou wouldst be counted a strange Fellow.
Fletcher senior, a mean, double-faced fellow, continued, as the saying goes, "to run with the hare and hunt with the hounds."
Studd had been a wild fellow, half Indian in blood and wholly Indian in habits, and for another to travel fifty miles into the heart of the desert was to embrace destruction.
But on the present occasion my pleasure had two drawbacks: I could not but feel the contrast between the warm and confiding attachment of my late school-fellows, and the coldness and reserve of my new companions.
Now come the Merry Maidens, All gowned in white and green, While the bold and ruddy fellows Will be flitting in between-- O to hear the fairy piper Who will keep them tripping by!-- The men and maids who merrily dance across the Northern Sky.
His eyes were quite fiery, for the poor stupid fellow had been crying over the "warm mash" he was giving to Coly. "
"Ducie is a fine, manly fellow, and has a seaman's generosity and sincerity.
As I went through on foot, each of these dogs picked me up, examined me nasally and passed me on, not generously as though I had stood the test, but rather in deep suspicion that I was a queer fellow, not to be penetrated at first, but one who would surely be found out and gobbled before coming to the end of the street.
That Lepailleur," said he, "is simply a lazy fellow and a fool in spite of all his cunning airs.
The rude fellows at this evidence of my discomfiture.
The rudeness was all the more shocking and discomposing, from the fact that I was at that moment contemplating the elegant features of a gentleman at the other end of the car, who seemed not altogether indifferent to my appearance (which he would have been, perhaps, had I seemed of "uncertain age," as the low fellow observes who wrote this paragraph), and there was every appearance of a growing interest in two susceptible hearts, when this cold-blooded (but "mild and gentle") person launched his brutal interrogatory, so selfish and unfeeling, with such violent abruptness.