There were some cross expostulations, but eventually the fellow came out to puddock.
Will I call him back and give him his desarts, will I, puddock!
I hobbled past the man—he just gaped at me like a puddock on a hot day—and got to the foot of the stair and looked up.
I don't know whether puddock saw them—Cluffe certainly did not.
puddock indeed was grave, being a good deal interested in the dishes sung by the poet.
puddock stood in the wide opened door, with the handle in his hand.
And so he had, though little puddock was one of the poorest officers in the corps.
puddock drank tea at Belmont—nectar in Olympus—that evening.
It was not much, about five shillings altogether, and little puddock had not often a run of luck.
puddock had to stoop to pick up his hat which the general had dislodged.