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At length Mrs. Whiffler is heard to say, ‘Mr. Saunders, shall I give you some pudding?’
Mr. Whiffler sighs, ‘these children, Saunders, make one quite an old man.’
Superintendent Whiffler came over, by-and-by, to see his successor.
The ‘whiffler’ was the official sword-flourisher of the Corporation.The Romany Rye|George Borrow
In any show he will be one, though he be but a whiffler or a torch-bearer, and bears down strangers with the story of his actions.