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I have never got quite as far as rattlesnakes, because rattlesnakes have a blackguardly, welshing look that I don't approve.
And I suppose we should not have met now, except for the blackguardly action of this man who posed as your friend.
THE WHITE LIEWILLIAM LE QUEUX
"I think it confounded blackguardly, and you ought to be kicked out," ruffling like a cock-turkey with trailed wings.
Tim is a blackguardly kind of politician, but he is mighty cute, and shirks Irish securities.
IRELAND AS IT ISROBERT JOHN BUCKLEY (AKA R.J.B.)
The Board meetings are usually blackguardly beyond description.
IRELAND AS IT ISROBERT JOHN BUCKLEY (AKA R.J.B.)
"That article blackguardly called pluck" (Scott) is now much respected.
It seems, therefore, that it is indifferent to the spirit of truth whether that which it affirms be honourable or blackguardly.
PHAETHONCHARLES KINGSLEY
It was a blackguardly thing to do, but I thought of nothing except myself, my wrong, and how I was to wipe it out.
THE SPINSTERROBERT HICHENS
The talk of nearly the whole school is getting most blackguardly; shamelessly so.
ERIC, OR LITTLE BY LITTLEFREDERIC W. FARRAR
No sooner had the blackguardly epithet left his lips, than I was on my feet.
BUCKSKIN MOSEBUCKSKIN MOSE

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