“Christopher is irreverent and funny and rascally,” he said.
But Twain is the Peter Pan of American literature, the rascally lost boy who never gets old.
And what a damned shame it was that rascally employers should have cut down her prices!
He would have treated us better than his rascally nephew has done.'
If in such a case he could not get round a rascally solicitor, what could he do?
They cannot forget or forgive the rascally Rougon-Macquarts.
They answered that they had come to seize the vessels and their rascally crews.
Ah, Morny was the man to sit upon your rascally republicans!
I dare say these rascally republicans would know no better if he were to be married in his everyday suit.
"You are a scoffer," the other reproached him, and his rascally face was oddly grave.