The position of abernethy was always easy and natural, sometimes almost homely.
The late Duke of York is reported to have once consulted abernethy.
abernethy was very careful not to take fees from patients if he suspected them to be in indigent circumstances.
It was on the right in front of Sergeant abernethy's skirmishers.
He pointed to the heap of abernethy biscuits, on the top of which lay a sixpence.
This is the island later known as "Governor's" or "abernethy" Island.
The students actually roared with laughter, but abernethy retained his usual gravity throughout the whole of the ludicrous scene.
People compared him to abernethy, whereby he was secretly flattered.
Admiring abernethy more than any of his teachers, his opinions were naturally colored by the views of this eccentric Englishman.
Here the speaker was interrupted by the appearance of Captain abernethy.