Motherhood to-day is on the lips of every penny-a-liner, every social patchworker and political climber.
You don't want me to be a penny-a-liner all my life, sweetheart, do you?
Hotel elegance, railway manners, and penny-a-liner sentiment are alike contemptible.
So that a philosopher may say we as well as a monarch or a penny-a-liner.
The Emperor has thrown him up, and there's no one outside a penny-a-liner cares two pinches for him or what becomes of him.
Winter, go and bring joy to the heart of some penny-a-liner by giving him that item.
Distrust the gentleman in the plush terminations; he, too, is a penny-a-liner, and keeps a commonplace-book in the pantry.
Mr. Hughes speaks, in the style of a penny-a-liner, of Tennyson's "amazing and unparalleled popular influence."
It is still spoken of as a minor matter of giving "penny-a-liner" journalists "interviews."
From the slang of the penny-a-liner, the prisoner was fully committed for trial.