"M'Gibbon's been reading some dime-novel, I suppose," said one club man.
"I never read a dime-novel in my life," she interrupted, indignantly.
If you're trying to scare me by that dime-novel talk I guess you've hit the wrong man.
Clinical psychiatry, however, has been content with the dime-novel type of character delineation.
From the pocket of the last to respond protruded ...