Now, Con., my father thinks you infallible, and you can do anything with Frank.
No, Con., that's of no use, I should know myself for a liar all the time.
Con., oh, Con., you don't think—you can't think that she loved that—that beast?
Much has been said pro and Con., upon the use of soap with the tooth-brush.
I drank hard all that day after they told me, Con., but not one drop since; not one.
Con., treat him with the disdain he deserves, else, he will force his way into your very drawing room.
For a score of years the matter was argued pro and Con., often with most unscientific ardor.