In our own Websterian phrase, England was henceforth "one and indivisible."
Websterian "probabilities" says that is not the derivation of "scale" at all, but no matter.
Look at his winning smile, his Websterian brow, his eagle eye that saw Rockhaven afar!
She had learned to write a grammatical sentence and spell in the good old Websterian way.
Toombs was a short, thick, heavy-set man of the Websterian type, and one of the South's most picturesque orators.
I say it in all sincerity; he is a great and good man, a Websterian innkeeper, for he thoroughly understands the constitution.
His writings are forceful, eloquent, and lucid in style, with a Websterian massiveness that does not detract from their charm.
In Mr. Paine's physiognomy the most noticeable features are the broad, massive, Websterian forehead, and the sparkling eyes.
Smith was an old-fashioned attorney of the Websterian sort, dignified, ponderous, and impressive.