The general tone of both is the same and in the modern work there is a general Pickwickian flavour.
But as he damned me only officially and in confidence, I took it in the Pickwickian sense.
It is only within narrow limits, and then only in a Pickwickian sense, that honesty is the best policy.
“Flying the garter” is another of the Pickwickian boy games.
Sir Walter, with real Pickwickian sagacity, points to a true explanation which may be applied in other cases.
Nay,” said the eloquent Pickwickian, “I know it but too well.
You agree to it in a certain sentimental Pickwickian sense, but you do not hold it as a living truth.
If he was a criminal he was so at most only in a Pickwickian sense.
Let that honourable Pickwickian who cried "No" so loudly come forward and deny it, if he could.
He stood on the brink much as Winkle, of Pickwickian memory, trembled in Weller's grasp.