I know what you thought,' said Mr pecksniff, with another smile.
They no more thought or dreamed of it than Mr pecksniff did.
But pecksniff is that aggravating as I can hardly heed the words I now put on the paper.
For the moment you reminded me of one pecksniff, a cousin of mine.
If you wish to go home, I can manage Mr pecksniff now, alone.
It will not do, sir,' repeated Mr pecksniff, shaking his head.
My sweet Miss pecksniff, I always thought that you was to be the lady?'
But Mr pecksniff held up his finger as a caution to her not to interrupt him.
Although he asked this question of Martin, he did not look towards him, but kept his eyes on Mr pecksniff as before.
Mr pecksniff looked up to the ceiling, and clasped his hands in rapture.
an extreme hypocrite
a character in Charles Dickens' 'Martin Chuzzlewit'