Eliphaz grunted vaguely, and the shadchan went on triumphantly.
Sugarman the shadchan was not more zealous than is your vendor of rare books.
"He has all the qualities that you desire," began the shadchan, in a tone that repudiated the implications of the monosyllable.
She joined the enemy—the family and the shadchan—and my mother saw that she was doomed.
"Perhaps they won't give a dowry," he thought, with a consolatory sense of outwitting the shadchan.
I can show you a much larger stock than the ordinary shadchan.'
She still lives with her brother and his wife; he married Sugarman the shadchan's daughter, you know.'
One day, as she was leaving the school-premises, Sugarman the shadchan accosted her.
The shadchan, or marriage broker, has undoubtedly been an enemy to the Jewish people within their own lines.
"Perhaps they won't give a dowry," he thought with a consolatory sense of outwitting the shadchan.