He had all that mere possessions could bestow, but always with a sense that debrett, round the corner, was keeping an eye on him.
As a summons from debrett, there is no doubt he was not so attentive to it as he ought to have been.
Of course, if you'd known your debrett as I do, you would have seen the thing plain enough.
But Ri had already not only fetched debrett, but found the place.
It was astonishing how "well posted," to use the Transatlantic idiom, the papers were in Burke and debrett.
Mr. debrett's astonishment at this lullaby held him silent for some seconds.
He had been into debrett, and he knew that she could trace her family back to the Crusades.
"Oh, but she has beautiful dolls, Mr. debrett," interposed her mother.
A little study of the pages of debrett would soon convince you of this.
To your right-minded mother, all's well that ends in the Wedding March—and debrett!