phew, he could have sex too, so an heir for Downton was assured.
Silence makes but phew blunders, and thoze it kan easily korrekt.
"phew," said Horse Egan, when a burial-party had taken over the burden.
"phew, this is getting a little hot for me," said Frank, running his hand through his shock of fair hair.
His meat, what he would sell my customers, what trust me for years, phew!
How splendidly developed he is; phew, what a magnificent figure!
Don't you know, Richard, when you were untying it at the top of the steps I said 'phew!
Aboard-ship life in those parts is worse than any 'hole in Calcutta', and when the hot weather comes, phew!
They are one ov the phew who take their house with them, when they go away from home.
The musketo haz no friends, and but phew associates; even a mule dispizes them.
vocalic gesture expressing weariness, etc., attested from c.1600.