He is a leaguer out and out—one who would rise to fortune on the flood tide of the mob?
I will get me gone with an Orleans, a Kaiserlik, or a Schmalkaldner leaguer before that.
Blow merrily a triumphal march, that our brethren in the leaguer ahead may know deliverance at hand.
They rode from Philadelphia to the leaguer around Boston in thirteen days.
Neale stabbed at it, sliced it and landed a Texas leaguer back of short.
Tighe went out on a Texas leaguer that was gathered in by Larry.
A soldier, he recognized the mental grasp and energy of Timmendiquas and the thoroughness of the leaguer of both fort and river.
He was in duress as a leaguer spy, to await King Henry's will.
"Smoky" looked pensively at the sky, at his bat lying on the ground, and at the "leaguer" rounding his pocket.
Not being read, every leaguer has credit for having uttered the objections which, as yet, he never did utter.