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Scarfe

/skɑːf/
noun
1.
Gerald. born 1936, British cartoonist, famous for his scathing caricatures of politicians and celebrities
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  • scarfe read the paper to the end, and then looked up in well-simulated confusion.

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  • Forrester stopped his retreat to applaud, and scarfe scornfully joined.

    A Dog with a Bad Name Talbot Baines Reed
  • “You lent a hand,” said scarfe, with the complacency of one who can afford to be modest.

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  • “Hard lines for poor old Mother Partridge,” suggested scarfe.

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  • “You ought to be ashamed of yourself, losing your temper like that,” said scarfe bitterly.

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  • “It will be no pleasure without Miss Atherton,” said scarfe.

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  • scarfe, on the return of the skating party to Wildtree, found himself the hero of the hour.

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