Then the South Foreland lights begin to hiccup at us in a way that bodes no good.
He acknowledged Don's look with a broad smile that vanished in a hiccup.
"Well, I'd like to hear it again," said the drunken one (hiccup).
"Cool and deliciously impudent that same, (hiccup,)" quoth the skipper.
Laughter took him like a hiccup: laughter not good to hear: but he left off as quickly.
The sight of the score brought him to his senses at once—cured his hiccup.
When I saw you crossing the square,” he said, “it was surprise enough to cure the hiccup.
"Now Lablache, about these lia-liabilities," he said with a hiccup.
She gave a sort of hiccup and, darting forward, kissed me on the forehead.
What the deuce does the (hiccup) cook mean by not (hiccuping) things as he ought?