Monsieur Perrault was a Man of this viciated Relish, and for that very Reason has endeavoured to turn into Ridicule several of Homers Similitudes, which he calls Comparisons a longue queue, Long-tail's Comparisons.
BUSQUEUE (Lord), plaintiff in the great Pantagruelian lawsuit known as "lord Busqueue v. lord Suckfist," in which the parties concerned pleaded for themselves.
Callers were compelled to form themselves into a queue,--and left with scanty comfort.
Other boys, and girls still trousered and queued like boys, played at hopscotch, in and out among shoes that lay across the road.
Many were Chinese, queueless, smartly dressed in conventional white suits and American straw hats.
Mr. TILLETT seized the opportunity to make his maiden speech, and reminded the House that when they talked of queues at home they should not forget those other queues in the trenches.