I don't see what you want to be a plaguey old saint for, anyway.
He was only too plaguey sure of himself to feel any anxiety.
"Well, don't take that plaguey Irishman in the game, Fernando," said Sukey.
The plaguey rascals said I was a night-walker, and that I behaved suspiciously.
Now this morning Tregennis had at last put an end to the plaguey varmint.
"Gen. Rosecrans, it's all a plaguey lie," burst out Deacon Klegg.
Only three holidays left, and still this plaguey glass says 'very wet;'—I can't bear it—I can't—and I won't.
I understand that a plaguey Yorker has been seen about Manchester for a week past.
But Mr. Vane's orders was mighty strict about the plaguey thing.
Our line's too plaguey slow and half of them are playing away up in the air.