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Alas, and the Artist does not even try it; leaves it altogether to the Botcher, being busy otherwise!
Her distress was so unfeigned that Octavius, not being a woman, comforted her by telling her he was a great botcher.
FLAMSTED QUARRIESMARY E. WALLER
Rachel was a botcher and a bungler, a very cobbler, beside Anne Turner.
SHE STANDS ACCUSEDVICTOR MACCLURE
Which the Artist, if there is one, might help to give, and the Botcher (Pfuscher) never can!
There is less to alter than I thought for—the clumsiest botcher in the world could manage it.
ERNEST MALTRAVERS, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
But to prevent this botcher of a tailor spoiling it, I will make it myself with closed doors, so that no one sees me.
I am brought to fine uses, to become a botcher of second-hand marriages between Abigails and Andrews!
THE WAY OF THE WORLDWILLIAM CONGREVE
"What a botcher is the most learned chemist compared with the root-fibres of the smallest plant," continued Siegwart.
"I read that article in the 'Tribune' about you with great interest," said Mr. Bascom, when Mr. Botcher's coughing had subsided.
Almost before your knuckles hit the panel you heard Mr. Botcher's hearty voice shouting "Come in," in spite of the closed transom.

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