Women have no business to do either; for, how should they know how to chop logic like men?'
"I don't propose to chop logic so early in the morning," was the surly reply.
I must indeed have been exhausted to chop logic with a water-witch.
But it is useless to groan over the past, nor can I stop to chop logic over the present.
He would, however, send Richardot to bear him company at table, and chop logic with him afterwards.
With what forehead or face dost thou offer to chop logic with me, having run such a race of riot as thou hast done?
"Oh, if you are going to chop logic and use Latin words, I think it is time for us to leave the room," said Mrs. Gibson.
Livy makes his ancient Romans wrangle and chop logic with all the subtlety of a Hortensius or a Scævola.
He was in no condition to chop logic, or to take heed of the existing forms of things.