Pickwick bowed to Bob Sawyer, and Bob Sawyer bowed to Mr.
Bob Sawyer, who was habited in a coarse, blue coat, which, without being either a greatcoat or a surtout, partook of the nature and qualities of both, had about him that sort of slovenly smartness, and swaggering gait, which is peculiar to young gentlemen who smoke in the streets by day, shout and scream in the same by night, call waiters by their Christian names, and do various other acts and deeds of an equally facetious description.
Bob Sawyer slightly nodded his assent to the proposition, and asked Mr.
So we should,' replied Bob Sawyer, 'but the brandy was too good to leave in a hurry; wasn't it, Ben?
Can't, indeed,' rejoined Bob Sawyer, 'I wouldn't mind a brain, but I couldn't stand a whole head.
Winkle's heart, as Bob Sawyer inflicted on the proffered hand a perceptible squeeze.
Bob Sawyer glanced mutual distrust out of the corners of their eyes.
Bob Sawyer abstracted his thoughts from worldly matters, by the ingenious process of carving his name on the seat of the pew, in corpulent letters of four inches long.
Bob Sawyer adjusted his skates with a dexterity which to Mr.
Bob Sawyer was performing a flourish of unparalleled beauty.
Bob Sawyer on the advisability of bleeding the company generally, as an improving little bit of professional practice--it was at this very moment, that a face, head, and shoulders, emerged from beneath the water, and disclosed the features and spectacles of Mr.