I'm running with the wolves to-night, old scout, and you might get that spick-and-span uniform considerably mussed up.
But give me the sububs and stucco, smart villas, and spick-and-span shops.
I doubt if Sir Francis had it all so spick-and-span—for in his day we were very nearly as far from lawn mowers as from turbines.
But there were ower-mony great folks dipped in the same doings to make a spick-and-span new warld.
They were driven by coachmen who, as well as the guards behind, were arrayed in spick-and-span new scarlet and gold.
spick-and-span, he might have stepped out of a glass case, and this was his invariable appearance.
And the thin, spick-and-span colouring is in just as striking a contrast with the forceful action of the scene.
But I looked down at him—spick-and-span and glossy—his neckties are never crooked—and said, yes, he might come at three o'clock.
As his “best” clothes and boots were so little worn, they naturally maintained a spick-and-span appearance during many months.
Everything was as spick-and-span as the beetles in an entomological case, for Crevel lived very little at home.