Some of these were more or less appropriate: as Rusty, Retiring, Ruddy, Round, Ripe, Ridiculous, Ruminative; others, derived their point from their want of application: as Raging, Rattling, Roaring, Raffish
. But, his popular name was Rumty, which in a moment of inspiration had been bestowed upon him by a gentleman of convivial habits connected with the drug-markets, as the beginning of a social chorus, his leading part in the execution of which had led this gentleman to the Temple of Fame, and of which the whole expressive burden ran: 'Rumty iddity, row dow dow, Sing toodlely, teedlely, bow wow wow.'
He bowed cordially to the lady in charge of Miss de Barral's education, whom he saw in the hall engaged in conversation with a very good-looking but somewhat raffish
According to sources, the raffish
boys after tracing the cell number late Aneela Parmar initially started to send her different messages through WhatsAap and other social media modes and finally they started to post her edited images in sitting different gathering with them and commenced to make her black-mail.
Latter-day Bowie was a wonder to behold, a raffish
charmer with a generous manner and sack full of mad longings and wild dreams to share.
5 She was at the Royal wedding with husband John Major - and a raffish
Noir star Widmark brought a similar raffish
charm to the role in 1974.
Infamous as well as famous, his name is inextricably linked to the Red Sea and the raffish
ports between Suez and Aden in the early years of the twentieth century.
His embodied a certain grandly raffish
culture of the past, and this was ultimately his greatest virtue, in my eyes.
Vejonis, usually known for his down-to-earth approach to life as an ordinary guy from Madona, is revealed in a new light, first as a rather raffish
Riviera aristocrat complete with cravat, then as more of a Marcello Mastroianni-type man-about-town lacking only a sports car in his pursuit of La Dolce Vita.
In other words, he couldn't be a member of a grand, raffish
Mr Cameron resigned from White's institution, which had at one time boasted the patronage of every Prime Minister from Robert Walpole in the 18th century to Robert Peel in the 19th, for the most pathetic of reasons - it might upset the kind of people who are obsessed with eating muesli every day and campaigning endlessly on transgender issues.
We sat in silence, solemnly tinned celery, tinned sweet corn, a raffish
touch of pineapple, also from a tin, and a few potatoes, the remainder decidedly singed.
Dominic Cooper plays Abe's axe-wielding mentor, while Rufus Sewell is a raffish