Sometimes her mother abused me for it: 'You're a scoundrel, a gallows-bird!'
But here you are looking like a gallows-bird of the greatest claim for the rope.
He had seen Fraisier in conversation with Sonet's agent, and Fraisier, in his opinion, had gallows-bird written on his face.
I know that far, though I ne'er minced ape nor gallows-bird.
Dick Malone, my gallows-bird, I arrest you in the name of the law.
"You're to sell, you mean, you gallows-bird," returned Jasper.
Do you think you can teach an old constable how to know a gallows-bird?
I cannot upon my honour vex the Prince again because a gallows-bird has prated in his cups.
This gallows-bird was the one great writer of his age and country, and initiated modern literature for France.
Such a gallows-bird, with so many bad habits, would be arrested anywhere, and then what good should I get of my income?