It is an unwritten law among the men that the only crime involved in stealing liquor is—using an Irishism—not to steal it.
We have a lot of Irishmen on board which explains this Irishism.
Mrs. Maper corrected the Irishism by saying, "Do you mean dismiss?"
Kilt, an Irishism for badly beaten, but by no means equivalent with killed.
There was certainly somewhat of an Irishism in the baronet's remark.
In two points only was the continuity of the Irishism of Ireland damaged.
"And an Irishism is a very good thing, too—when employed with intention," retorted her friend.
You fellows would have been nursing me behind my back, to use an Irishism, and trying to prevent my noticing it.
To use an Irishism, this neck had been the "Achilles' heel" of Israel throughout her history.
No man in the industrial machine is a free-will agent, except the large capitalist, and he isn't, if you'll pardon the Irishism.