Dud and Jim, who had been lounging around Killykinick in sweaters and middies, were spruced up into young gentlemen again.
In the matter of clothes they were not restricted to middies.
For two hours the three middies roamed through the streets, often meeting fellow classmen.
They clapped on the frigate to aid the middies, and by and by started her out into the stream.
All were the property of one man, the huge and dusky sheik who had won Sailor Bill and the three middies at “desert draughts.”
The two middies and Tom took command of these officerless cannon.
There are thirty-five hundred officers, middies and sailors of the American Navy to look after our safety.
I might get some middies, like you wear, said Vicky thoughtfully.
Not but what the middies are apprenticed just as sure as we are.
It was near noon, and would soon be time for the middies to eat.
A midshipman (1818+ Nautical)