"I may be pretty rotten, but I'm not that kind of cad," said he.
Wasn't that cad of a Bordenave going to go off the hooks after all?
It was on her soil and through her influence that a silly woman had married a cad.
I was a cad to play about your fireplace––quite wrong––and you had to make me realize it.
The first time—it was the act of a cad—but I worked it all out.
"It isn't necessary to be a cad, Boris," she flung back hotly.
Suppose he, too, should fall to the lot of a cad like Pledge, or a brute like Bull!
Culver,” said Birket, “you are a cad; you hit below the belt.
But who cares what a fellow means, so long as he acts like a cad?
You wouldn't be cad enough to peach on us for smokin', would you?