There should be doorkeepers at Harrowgate to keep out the canaille!
Is your business concerned with this infernal insubordination of the canaille?
She faced the rebels now with the air of one who knew them for the canaille they were.
I tried to invest her with all the "traits" of that "canaille" multitude I hated.
One of the canaille, a jailer, was put on the witness stand and questioned briefly.
"If you can keep the canaille of that opinion," said Augustine.
The yeomanry of the United States are not the canaille of Paris.
None of your raileries, Tarleton, or I shall speak to you of plebeians and the canaille!
She looked as manifestly not one of the canaille of incorrigibles as, in her place, Lucrezia Borgia would have looked.
But I use the canaille for my purpose—I don't mean to enthrone it.