However, the toujours perdrix of one particular beauty had evidently begun to pall upon Charles's exacting taste.
I am: 'Variety is charming,' says the proverb; and here you know it is toujours perdrix!
toujours perdrix is bad providing all the world over; but a continual weak imitation of toujours perdrix is worse.
To revert to the Beaufort story, mais c'est perdrix, perdrix, toujours perdrix!
Truly, toujours perdrix is endurable by comparison with Always Home Rule.
I wish I could exchange our bill of fare occasionally with that French fellow who complained of having "toujours perdrix."
One letter would delight every one—four volumes of them are a surfeit—it is the toujours perdrix.
toujours perdrix may sate in the long-run, but perpetually to faire maigre is attended with even greater discomfort.
Close to the equator, it has too much sameness of characteristic; toujours perdrix.
"Yes," said Molly, rather drearily, having something of the "toujours perdrix" feeling at the moment.