What became of it, no man knows; but that no doit of it ever went Freytag's or King Friedrich's way, is abundantly evident.
"I have no intention of leaving a doit to any hospital in the world," said Mr. Grey.
Though made up of Tories to a man, the crowd couldn't help hissing; but it affected the old Parson not a doit.
But of money to help us into this fenced-in Lapland we could not get one doit.
He wants men—not loblolly boys—and so long as he gets them he cares not a doit where they come from.
By selling so and so many for a doit, the profit would be enormous.
Sir, they ask me twenty sols for him, whereof I cannot abate one doit.
Even a large proportion of the adults will not doit must be all.
When he had met Maria Muller before, he had no reason to think she cared a doit whether he was married or single.
The Pope, to whom he had lent great sums of money, refused to repay a doit.