The cits were laughed at, and the courtiers poured out a torrent of abuse upon all those who lived in the east.
Could they once get home on the Perthshire cits, he had little fear of the result.
That dog knew as much as some cits and he acted just like them about the glorious day.
But they were mistaken in their politics, for the cits soon got them.
He had to strike a light; he struck several matches; found the clothes, slipped out of the "cits" and into his own.
The Democratic convention will be held just before the 'cits' hold theirs.
"I reckon it'll be all right," he chuckled, as he began to shed his "cits" clothing.
These cits ouvrires form indeed a suburb in themselves, and a very pleasant suburb too.
Very much as Johannes had seen her did she appear now to the cits, as the cabriolet swung past them.
To people in business, cits, snobs, a wafer—but still a wafer—gently dipped in water.