The pavior chewed tobacco, and the gentleman said it was beastly in him, and pushed him, wanting to have his place.
Why you see the pavior undertook something above his strength.
Had my eye pick'd out by a pavior, who was axing his way, he didn't care where.
His stick thumping the hardwood floor like a pavior's maul, he hobbled swiftly toward the door.
As bad luck would have it, there was trouble near, between a gentleman who had been drinking wine, and a pavior who was sober.
She thumped like a pavior through the settling ashes at the secret thrill of it.
Buy a stone at the pavior's—spend your last penny upon it; then tie it round your neck and drop into the river.