A long pause followed the animated discourse of the chiseller.
"He an't no Mexican, that 'ere chap," whispered one of the group to chiseller.
The chiseller took his favourite seat in the corner furthest from the window.
As a chiseller of poetic cameos and medallions, he has few, if any, superiors among his contemporaries.
So he did not move from the table when the chiseller left the room, nor did he make any remark upon the hour.
If Mr. chiseller was deficient in the finer sympathies of our nature, he was endowed with a rare spirit of practical readiness.
"It is a great deal of money, Sor Gasparo," replied the chiseller.
The matter was by no means settled, in spite of the chiseller's instructions to his wife concerning the outfit.
The warbler earned in those days as little by her voice as the chiseller by his work.
The chiseller therefore feigned indifference, and was silent for some minutes.
A person who defrauds: chiseler who we called an accountant (1918+)