Jack knew that the truce with so vain a fellow as pewee could not last long, but it served its purpose for the time.
The pewee, for all his tender and melancholy utterances, has a fiery spirit.
Riley and pewee—conspirators to the last—had their plans arranged.
Jack wanted to escape the merciless beating that pewee had in store for him.
Jack made a sharp dash to get through them,220 but was headed off and caught by pewee.
The trouble with vain people like pewee is, that they have no stability.
At which pewee squared himself off, doubled up his fists, and came at the slenderer Jack.
“pewee and his crowd have gone up to the Indian Mound,” said Columbus.
A multitude of gnats circling about in the air, seemed to be precisely to the taste of the pewee parents and their hungry bairns.
The first aim of pewee and company was to get the better of the master.