But how the mischief even a raw Britisher could be soft-sawdered by Anstey is a stumper.
"I thought it was a stumper," he remarked with evident satisfaction.
That was a 'stumper' for the poor woman, who evidently did not understand one half of the sentence.
This logic was rather a stumper; but they took him up, as before said, and carried him for further examination.
That was a "stumper" for the poor woman, who evidently did not understand one-half of the sentence.
It wur a stumper to Sally, so she got Jess to explain it, and the way he did it was enormous.