That's fine by my troth, these men have pestilent running heads then; do they speak as we do?
Is it pestilent Machiuilian pollicie that thou hast studied?
He loved it, indignant when pestilent modernism hurried the tempo or took liberties with the well-known score.
American law to most of them is but a pestilent thing to be evaded.
"And a pestilent knave," concluded a fiery-faced man whom Anthony did not know.
The true beggar, as I have said, is not often annoyed by these pestilent callers.
On that pestilent and wild Isthmus there had been very little chance to make up for the disadvantages of his youth.
Never had I ventured into so pestilent and forbidding a place.
He had a most pestilent trick of perpetually playing monitor, to the wet-blanketing of all good fellowship.
I have little doubt that this scullery was a pestilent place.