Egad, there is more fall than rise, and it is anything but gentle.'
This post I held until I grew out of it, when I withdrew from town, but egad!
Fly, my sweetest, move those dainty feet of thine, for egad!
Egad, I forget what you said to me, or whether you said anything.
"Egad, I scarcely fancy trusting you," said he, half peevishly.
Egad, I think I 'd have done it, even though I might have made a blunder.
"Egad, I've tried it for some years without discovering it," said Skeffy, gravely.
We have only to stretch out our hands to gather it in—more than we want, egad!
Egad, I think the interpreter is the hardest to be understood of the two!
“Egad, there might as well have been no rebellion at all,” said Beauclerc dryly.