blackguardly

[ blag-ahrd, -erd, blak-gahrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF blackguardly
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What has Titterton to gain by joining me in a blackguardly scheme to—to—to——?

No sooner had the blackguardly epithet left his lips, than I was on my feet.

The world to which he introduces us is, as before said, blackguardly and bleak.

I'm desperate now—rendered desperate by you and your blackguardly gang.

Its blackguardly enough, but still there is an element of risk about it.

More than that, blackguardly as it was, I enjoyed the doing.

It was a blackguardly thing to do, and she, of all women, would be the last to forgive it.

You, an officer, and I the most blackguardly private in the troop?

I'll pay that blackguardly little cur for this,—you'll see if I don't!

It was just one low, blackguardly fellow that got in and wanted to make a disturbance.

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