He was as little of a "poser" or of a "rotter" as he was of a prig, and there was not a drop of bad blood in his veins.
He said it just like that,––as if being a rawncher was as easy as being a rotter.
Because I'm a rotter in one way, I'm not necessarily a rotter in all.
Verplank is a very good sort, whereas this Barouffski is a rotter.
"I don't see Hornblower's such a rotter," remarked the other man, whose name was James.
Forbes claimed to have seen Fred, and said he looked like a rotter.
Bobbie, you must realise now in your heart of hearts what a rotter she is?
You were fine and dandy to me, and I am sorry I was such a rotter at first.
Here we have the rotter in the foreground, on which a merchant ship and a row-boat are seen.
He thought I was a rotter, and didn't mind my knowing his opinion.