hotspur: Why, so can I, or so can any man; But will they come when you do call for them?
They called at the hotspur office and asked to see Mr. Wingfield.
One condition she insisted on, however, namely, that Arthur should be her hotspur.
"Give me an account of what has happened," hotspur said, frowning.
hotspur must, therefore, have been born between the end of October 1365 and the end of October 1366.
hotspur himself was killed, and among the slain were 'the most part of the knights and squires of the county of Chester'.
"I tell you, Captain hotspur, that you're not to go," she said to him.
But she was a hotspur; and though she could be generous, she could not yield.
She had given her word; and that, for a hotspur, must be enough.
Was this Annixter who spoke—the hotspur of the League, the quarrelsome, irascible fellow who loved and sought a quarrel?