We shall have a merry time of it,” said he, “with a merry man for captain.
The fact is that Mr. Harry Furniss is not only a merry man with his pencil.
He was a merry man, and pleased Sophie as much by his ready wit as by his agreeable manners.
When he had beaten the horse, his Lordship, who was ever a merry man, ordered him to be hanged just to laugh at him.
He had laughed at that joke a thousand times; and, in the best of humours, he wasn't a merry man.
He made a step forward and, reaching out his arm, he gave the merry man a rude knock with his lance.
Eating maketh a satisfied man, drinking a merry man, smoking a contented man.
Neither Margaret nor her merry man ever wish to set eyes upon each other again.
"There's the only merry man I've seen in England," thought Julien to himself, as he left the prison.
The merry man wondering, angry, and looking round, was the diversion of the table.