Wodehouse, who adored the Pekingese breed of dog, liked to judge people on whether they were sound on Pekes.
This was a nice cheerful place, with good airy rooms, and comfortable cushioned seats—much frequented by the Pekingese.
Otherwise we shall get into a worse tangle than the Pekingese.
He gave a tug to the leads at which two Pekingese spaniels were straining.
The dog tallied perfectly with what you had previously told him and the fact that it was a Pekingese made him suspicious.
It is called The Pekingese, and is the revised edition for 1914.
On one occasion, when making "a little trip to Japan," I took my Pekingese boy with me.
Consequently, Pekingese is the language which all Chinese officials are now bound to speak.
The Pekingese are very discriminative and frequently condescendingly refer to all other Chinese as "outside men" or "foreigners."
I asked him to be more explicit, and he amplified his epigram into: "Pekingese."