Martin Chuzzlewit, the Dickens novel in which Mrs. gamp appears, is not my favorite of his books by any means.
Mrs. gamp herself, when roused, is under the same embarrassing misapprehension.
If so, I feel secure about her, and of Mrs. gamp I am certain.
It also added the immortal figure of Mrs. gamp (not unattended by any means) to the glorious list of his comic creations.
Mrs. gamp then set in with a roar, which lasted until I had done.
Mrs. gamp may be more than woman, or less; she may be a living proverb.
Beneath this grey Italian sky some Italian gamp must keep off these Italian showers.
There is a person of the name of gamp, sir—Mrs gamp—ask her.
He would not have wasted his time with a Mrs. gamp or a Tom Jones.
Mrs Prig was of the gamp build, but not so fat; and her voice was deeper and more like a man's.