“Christopher is irreverent and funny and rascally,” he said.
But Twain is the Peter Pan of American literature, the rascally lost boy who never gets old.
And what a damned shame it was that rascally employers should have cut down her prices!
The rascally boys always had an excuse for any one trick they were caught at.
If in such a case he could not get round a rascally solicitor, what could he do?
I owned a rascally slave named Gus whom I used to watch stealing.
They answered that they had come to seize the vessels and their rascally crews.
"It's too rascally even for the Germans, Max," declared Dale at last.
I dare say these rascally republicans would know no better if he were to be married in his everyday suit.
What was our chagrin to find that the rascally wolves had been before us!