Mrs. Pendyce murmured: "Of course, dear grig, I quite understand."
As for himself, he was always as merry as a grig, and no fool, either.
Hard is her heart as flint or stone,She laughs to see me pale; And merry as a grig is grown,And brisk as bottled ale.
Mr. Mooney was so absent, that when the old gentleman said to him, “Shake hands with Mr. grig,” he put out his leg.
grig must blush at first to give his orders to old men in every way his betters.
Of course, dear grig, if I can help you in any way—Horace does so dislike anything to do with the papers.
Arden announced blandly that she no longer felt “merry as a grig.”
When I have grown more accustomed to being the lucky dog, I shall commence cockahooping, and become merry as a grig.
Roy loved and obeyed Polly almost as readily as Peggy, and cavorted off beside her as gay as a grig.
"That grig will come to a lamentuous end unless he reformationises," remarked One-and-Nine severely.