Ye know that," said Tom; "I don't pretend none of your snivelling
ways, but I won't lie in my 'counts with the devil himself.
Take service there, and leave these scoundrels of contractors and farmers-general, who steal as well with French hands as others have done with Italian hands; leave the little snivelling
king, who is going to give us another reign of Francis II.
And because,' he shouted wrathfully, 'because, forsooth, she earns an honest living by singing in the chorus of a comic opera, a whole bunch of snivelling
idiots will say I have made a fool of myself.
Somebody is going to touch you, with a broomstick, if you don't stop snivelling
Beauty Smith was known far and wide as the weakest of weak-kneed and snivelling cowards.
Cringing and snivelling himself before the blows or angry speech of a man, he revenged himself, in turn, upon creatures weaker than he.
Yes; and a dirty, little, snivelling
, sneaking fellow he was too.
Every woman in the house was snivelling
at the time, but I suppose it was because it was predestined that I was to write this particular lady's memoirs that I remarked her.
I'd sooner by half, though I lose by it, see a man tear his clothes a' purpose to spile 'em before they come to me, than find him snivelling
In the yard, was the insolvent whose utmost energies were always set on getting into debt, who broke into prison with as much pains as other men have broken out of it, and who was always being cleared and complimented; while the insolvent at his elbow--a mere little, snivelling
, striving tradesman, half dead of anxious efforts to keep out of debt--found it a hard matter, indeed, to get a Commissioner to release him with much reproof and reproach.
Why, you snivelling
, wry-faced, puny villain," gasped old Lobbs, paralysed by the atrocious confession; "what do you mean by that?
The gush of tobacco came from the shop downstairs, and the soapy arm proceeded from the body of a servant-girl, who being then and there engaged in cleaning the stars had just drawn it out of a warm pail to take in a letter, which letter she now held in her hand, proclaiming aloud with that quick perception of surnames peculiar to her class that it was for Mister Snivelling