The youth was dudish, with a business suit, and a very high, straight collar that struck his chin.
Oh, the weak and dudish creature that can't see over its collar!
Indeed the dudish actor and Miss Pennington were glancing rather curiously in the direction of our friends.
No other boy of their acquaintance was so dudish or comic in dress and manner.
A dudish society reporter from Philadelphia dropped into town the other morning.
For Chauncey was no fool, even if he was dudish and aristocratic.
“I think you did it on purpose,” grumbled the dudish student.
By this time everybody in the car was staring at the Jew and the dudish fellow beside whom Solomon had taken a seat.
As soon as they saw the dudish student alight, dress-suit case in hand, the Rovers rushed up to him.
But all was lost and we were ragged and worn, and presented anything but a dudish appearance.