An honest, pleasant, convivial person, esp of the moral bourgeoisie: I know I'm not a regular fellow, yet I loathe anybody else that isn't/ She's like Wallace. A real fighter. A regular guy ( first form 1920+, second 1840+)
The Proserpine is a 'regular fellow,' after a fashion, at least; and the Few-Folly has dared to show herself to her.
He's a regular fellow, or he was, but now he's simply lost in the shuffle.
Herbert Hunter urged her acceptance as a sub, saying that they could throw her out when the regular fellow came.
Already she was beginning to look down the Pike for a regular fellow.
But he had proved himself in many a training camp to be, as his comrades put it, "a regular fellow."
In other words, he was a "regular fellow," and very popular with his command.
I know I'm not a regular fellow, yet I loathe anybody else that isn't.
But since that time Ive seen a good deal about him to like and Ive come to the conclusion that hes a regular fellow after all.
He had shown himself a "regular fellow" in backing them up in all their games during the past year.
The American woman really is––and must continue to be––the all-round, regular fellow of the feminine world.