scampish


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Titanic (1997) - Tears were shed as DiCaprio won over hearts as scampish Jack in James Cameron's epic romance opposite Kate Winslet's Rose.
He compares Singh's pictures with those taken by Richard Lannoy, one of the most gifted chroniclers of Benaras, from the ashram's public spaces 50 years ago, and is struck by remarkable " constancy of the girls C*: the same cropped hair, bright eyes, a scampish grace.
The lead-up to this provides too much time for us to savor Valentin's scampish past escapades.