In this mild and philosophic pathos, Wordsworth appears to me without a compeer.
And take it by and large, it was without a compeer among swindles.
One's compeer is the equal with himself in rank, age, prowess, etc.
He had taken a liking for Paul,—the liking of a brave soldier for a compeer.
Mr. Morley's pages give us the natural history of a political mind of unusual range and power which was without a compeer.
In what particulars does the English speculator differ from his French compeer?
The German woman, quoted by Mr. Bryce, found her American compeer furchtbar frei, but she had at once to add und furchtbar fromm.
In all of this Madam Urso may be said to be a man, or the equal and compeer of man.
But he knew nothing of his compeer, only they had been down to the river together.
It is no more like its Parisian compeer than it is like the Pyramids of Egypt.