What would the guttersnipe have learnt as a graduate, except to embrace a Saxon because he was the other half of an Anglo-Saxon?
In one way or the other, the guttersnipe must have his proper prominence.
But—who in all his life ever before saw a guttersnipe with eyes so lacking in cunning and roguery?
The Humanitarian Hero had not come into fashion—nor yet the guttersnipe.
But I have been taking lessons from every guttersnipe and old good-for-nought in the town.
His studies of the London “guttersnipe” and the coster-girl rapidly made him famous.
Dick, an Abbeville guttersnipe, was therefore admitted to the refinements of the general's table.
He aimed a blow at the guttersnipe's head, but missed it and fell full length.
A vulgar person; a vile wretch
[1869+; in the sense ''a curbside stock broker'' found by 1856]