I am an old stager, you see, and doubtless I don't march with the times; but this seems to me to be a very rapid business!
I'm an old stager; I know a whole lot that I wish I didn't know.
I generally spoke to the captain, or to some old stager among the passengers, on this subject.
He was evidently an old stager, who would give the best dogs something to do.
These are the words of an old stager; and though time is a good conservative in forest places, much may be untrue to-day.
“An old stager, sure,” Harris commented, as we returned to camp.
They saw within the fourth day that the new-comer was an old stager in more ways than one.
At any other time he would have admired the policy of the old stager.
"There'll be no holding you," continued the old stager, grimly.
He was eager to let strangers know in a dismal mumble that he was 'an old stager out here.'