This is a dexterous little cosmopolitan guttersnipe
who can do scores of things, not only shoot, but draw and paint, and probably play the fiddle.
So that thousands of poor English people trembled before a mysterious chieftain with an ancient destiny and a diadem of evil stars--when they are really trembling before a guttersnipe
who was a pettifogger and a pawnbroker not twelve years ago.
the one an inky, rusty old canoe with a sable hearse-body clapped on to the middle of it, and the other a mangy, barefooted guttersnipe
with a portion of his raiment on exhibition which should have been sacred from public scrutiny.
I shall make a duchess of this draggletailed guttersnipe
Shaw's tale of the humble Cockney guttersnipe
who is transformed into a lady leaving her flower basket behind for a life among London's middle classes was the inspiration behind the Lerner and Loewe musical My Fair Lady, becoming one of the most beautiful musicals in cinema history.
He was concerned that Audrey Hepburn would not be able to play a guttersnipe
Most people were either a rat or guttersnipe
Gingrich, a longtime specialist in guttersnipe
politics adept at smearing his opponents as traitors or saying they should be jailed, attacked Romney for taking money from millionaires while himself welcoming $11 million from a billionaire casino magnate and his wife from Las Vegas, the nation's capital of family values.
The role of Eliza Doolittle, the young cockney guttersnipe
who is transformed, Pygmalion-like, into an upper crust English lady as part of a bet by Professor Henry Higgins, is one of the best known in musical theater.
Forbidden insults have included coward, guttersnipe
, hooligan, rat, stool pigeon, swine, and traitor.
While certainly not the prettiest girl at the dance with its cut-off forend, it has its own guttersnipe
appeal with its gaping bore and military sights.
Thus, I don't have to go into any detail about the guttersnipe
attacks and backstabbing Gov.