Two cunning scoundrels—geniuses they should be called—well provided with some ill-gotten funds—but determined on a grand coup.
You expected to make the small pick-ups and then land the grand coup.
What Alington meant to do with him after the grand coup in Carmels he had not yet certainly determined.
This done, D'Argenton decided that it was time to make a grand coup.
So the grand coup had failed, ignominiously failed, and through what appeared a trivial accident.
His plans were already formed for a grand coup, to raise money.
The Injuns call a great feat a 'coup,' an' an extra big one a 'grand coup.'
Matters went on in this way until it was time for the grand coup.
Scores of black folk armed with spears danced and yelled in the brush, frankly delighted at the success of their grand coup.
When he presented our little bill a grand coup was expected, but the trans-atlantic turtle seems to have shut him up.