She was, in a sense, losing her dear old chum
; Diana's new home would be two miles from Green Gables, and the old constant companionship could never be theirs again.
She was still the placid, amiable, pink-cheeked Jane of the old quartette, sympathising with her old chum
's happiness and as keenly interested in all the dainty details of Anne's trousseau as if it could rival her own silken and bejewelled splendors.
my dear old chum
, Will Gamewell!" shouted Robin, throwing his arms about the other in sheer affection.
He is an old chum
of mine, and feels my pulse, and looks at my tongue, and talks about the weather, all for nothing, when I fancy I'm ill; so I thought I would do him a good turn by going to him now.
Jukes, unable to generalize, unmarried, and unengaged, was in the habit of opening his heart after another fashion to an old chum
and former shipmate, actually serving as second officer on board an Atlantic liner.
Jack Pumpkinhead's a dear old chum
who might be called a chump,
I happened to be passing there on my way from the East End where I had spent my day about the Docks with an old chum
who was looking after the fitting out of a new ship.
"I had it from a party who was an old chum
"Dorothy and I are old chums
and are very fond of each other.
In that up and down manly book of old-fashioned adventure, so full, too, of honest wonders --the voyage of Lionel Wafer, one of ancient Dampier's old chums
--I found a little matter set down so like that just quoted from Langsdorff, that I cannot forbear inserting it here for a corroborative example, if such be needed.
and veteran journalist Mike Shaw, of Linthwaite, former editor of the Colne Valley Guardian, was commissioned by the Daily Express to interview the politician when she appeared there for a Labour Party event that was held before the music started.
'Sorry, we don't have the money for that old chum
you will have to dodge the traffic for probably another century'.