The man Russ had the trouble with that day—simp Wolley—who tried to get his patent!
Did you know Ves and simp had been drinkin' when you hired 'em?
"Dey'll tink Byrne an' his pardner croaked 'em, you simp," replied Crumb.
Why, you simp, I wouldn't turn against Mr. Prale for a million dollars!
You've been the rock of ages to me, all right, but you're essentially a simp.
Mr. simp already owed his landlord fifteen months' rent, for which the only security was his diminishing effects.
simp Wolley hasn't much principle, and I know a lot of fellows who have done business with him to their sorrow.
"The 'system' was a swindle," hissed Mr. simp, looking up through red eyes which throbbed like pulses.
simp Wolley must be getting desperate to come here in broad daylight and rummage the house under the pretense of being a plumber.
You were not—asked—as I understand—it—to sell, but simp—simply to put—as I understand it—the bottle here.
A simpleton; a stupid person; klutz: Simps with mustaches are a menace to society/ I really thought it would be till death do us part. I was such a simp (1903+)