“Miss Dundas would have married me but for the return of your scapegrace son,” cried Ormsby, flashing out.
It was a nice thing to be told I was like this scapegrace,' he muttered.
He had been treated merely as a scapegrace debtor who had come to ask favours from an old friend.
Could the scapegrace still be a gambler, and that could account for it?
A scapegrace's record could always be laid bare when occasion served.
“All in good time; coming presently,” returned the scapegrace, cheerfully.
Probably the proceeding was quite as distasteful to the young Martineau as to the scapegrace.
A scapegrace is one thing, a scapegoat is another, and from some points a preferable one.
I might have known that scapegrace would have given me the slip!
Lady Louisa concealed nothing of this from her scapegrace son.