For the manner in which Hume makes his case good, I must refer to the original.
They have to make their case good from month to month, and from day to day.
Even in that case good manners require the formal bow of recognition upon meeting, which, of itself, encourages no familiarity.
And this having drawn upon him the wrath of Mr. Chaplin, he proceeded at Stockport to make his case good.
And in this case good jelly broths, also a little wine and toast in it, and other comforting things, will be necessary.
Look here, Meadows; food is the best medicine for his case—good, wholesome food, and plenty of it as soon as he can digest.
What made John Blaine's younger daughter an especial favorite was that in her case good looks were allied with brains.