I like his manners, and he looks like a little gentleman
, so I've no objection to your knowing him, if a proper opportunity comes.
You're a gentleman
, and as gentlemen you and George comes to the opinion that you're rather playin' it for all it's worth in this yer house, you know--comin' here night and day, off and on, reg'lar sociable and fam'ly like, and makin' people talk about things they ain't any call to talk about, and, what's a darned sight more, YOU FELLOWS ain't got any right YET to allow 'em to talk about, d'ye see?
Several times after that the same gentleman
took our cab.
said the gentleman
with sandy whiskers, looking curiously at Jemima.
This question was made with such apparent good faith, and the gentleman
wore an air of such natural surprise, that the three officers exchanged a meaning look.
And he got a habit of switching Gentleman
off from his theories on Life in general to Woman in particular.
THE FLOWER GIRL [resenting the reaction] He's no gentleman
, he ain't, to interfere with a poor girl.
Level with the water, but below water; a dangerous passage, yet one I have cleared a thousand times; the gentleman
required me to land him at Sainte-Marguerite's.
He abstained from interfering with me and my studies, until it was reported in our society, that in the sixth print of my series, Gentleman
Jones, highly caricatured, was to form one of the principal figures.
On accosting the landlord, the fair gentleman
volunteered the following statement:
If servitude is a high honour," the Gentleman
said, "it would be indecent for me to seek it; and if obtained by my own exertion it would be no honour.
next door had been vilified by Nicholas; rudely stigmatised as a dotard and an idiot; and for these attacks upon his understanding, Mrs Nickleby was, in some sort, accountable.