Bideawhile's honest; but you've got to fight him deuced close to prevent his getting the better of you.
But he can make a deuced pretty thing out of the other side as well.
"It is deuced strange Victor doesn't come," he said, impatiently.
And every night as they went upstairs, he repeated that, after all, it was deuced lucky.
I have been a deuced sight too quiet, because I have not chosen to disturb him in his illness.
You intended to be deuced good to me—and what have I done that you should round on me now?
You don't catch my meaning, Jack; girls are deuced dull, you know,—I mean obtuse.
"I begin to feel it deuced cold here," said Beecher, shuddering.
Sometimes he enters the room sniffing, and remarks, How deuced good the coffee smells roasting!
Is a deuced sight better, sir, than your grand-motherly methods.