But I was not regardless of moll's welfare when she returned, neither.
Truly, my dear moll Peascod would never know me in this dress.
Gogs bleakey, moll, if you haven't a recait for squeezin' the parliaminthary flaviour out of the herrib!
If a horse sweats in the stable, moll White has been upon his back.
Dr. moll honors his readers by a frankness which may seem brutal to some of them.
It set me thinking about what a moll the fellow was in that cave business.
Gorman closed the door behind her and then drew his chair close to that on which von moll was sitting.
"And so you are Murdering moll's daughter," says he, chuckling to himself.
“An old comrade of yours at orange-vending before you lost the art of acting,” he suggested, with a glance at moll.
Mr. moll was the witness of this, and had the papers in his care.
female proper name, shortened form of Molly, itself familiar for Mary. Used from c.1600 for "prostitute;" meaning "companion of a thief" is first recorded 1823. U.S. sense of "a gangster's girlfriend" is from 1923.
[fr Molly, nickname for Mary]