And I'll pound that milksop of yours to a jelly every time I see him.
I don't want to stop the boy's reading, but I can't have him a milksop.
Your daughter would never care for a milksop; and I will take the liberty of saying that you would like one quite as little.
As it was, everybody said he was a milksop, and a tender-foot, and he was just sick of it.
Why, I am actually becoming fond of my milksop; a good lad, eh, Mrs. Grahame?
A milksop; and that I must come and rough it among other boys.
You see, at heart he was a slow-coach, a milksop, nothing of the man of the world about him.
I was wild enough, but I promise you I was a milksop to him.
You are expected to drink, and the man who declines to do so is looked upon as a milksop.
He went about his duties as quietly as before, but never after that did they call him milksop.