We are through with the witness, observed Mr. quillet, and she may retire, unless you wish to cross-examine her.
We ask your Honor to exclude what defendant said, exclaimed quillet.
You are quite complimentary, Mr. quillet; you seem to understand the weakness of our sex; we all love flattery.
Mr. quillet, said the judge, are you ready to proceed with the Bramlett case?
One quillet, after much grave reflection, went to see the Minister and give him warning.
If your Honor please, I think this a competent juror, said Mr. quillet.
The next case on the docket, Mr. quillet, is the State against Anterson, said the judge.
Have your witnesses called, Mr. quillet, and proceed with the case.
Mr. quillet hastened forward, but he was too late, for the helpless body of Mrs. Ragland fell on the floor before he got to her.
Mr. quillet now took the letter from Dabbs and read it to the jury.
"a quibble," obsolete, "prob. a corruption of L. quidlibet 'what you please'" [Klein].