The big boiler, the "bugaboo" of my dreams all summer, lay on the bank.
Latin was still a bugaboo to Steve, but it, too, was getting easier.
Knowing my horse, I put him at the Emperor's head, and Bugaboo went at it like a shot.
He either did not see me, or else decided that I was not a bugaboo.
As a bugaboo, the mere fact that you have money does not frighten me in the least, Mr. Morgan.
In spite of any bugaboo we shall remain a Federal republic and a free people.
She found that, after all, white prejudice was not so much a bugaboo as she had imagined.
I should be a bugaboo to Owen—I should be fatally in the way.
He was a myth, a bugaboo—elusive as the buzz of a mosquito around your ear.
To-day the bugaboo to the world's children is Bolshevism; that is what will "get us if we don't look out."