They had a bouncer on each of my elbows before I had moved five feet.
(reads) “accompanied by Mrs. Bouncer, also of the Banbury Light Horse.”
Cromwell can't do Mrs. Bouncer—he has a moustache, you know.
How Bouncer had come to find me, or to whom the canoe belonged, no one could tell.
You can have the honour of killing him yourself, with the help of Bouncer.
Bouncer had sat very quietly in the boat watching all our proceedings.
We put the birds into the canoe, and followed by Bouncer took our seats.
An occasional growl from Bouncer showed us that the wolves were still near.
We had to take Bouncer out of the traces and drag up the sleigh ourselves.
Alick again began to turn, I thought, wolfish eyes at Bouncer.