How do your lawyers live, your politicians, your intriguers, your men of the Exchange?
The other stratum of McClellanism (p. 191) is composed of intriguers.
Sally, who it will be remembered had not been taken into the confidence of the intriguers, laughed.
If there be atheists, which I doubt, they are the calumniators, the intriguers with whom the world is infested.
Beware of intriguers who may push you on from private motives of their own.
In France these intriguers, the Talleyrands, reinstated the throne of the Bourbons.
A soldier like you is at a disadvantage among these intriguers.
From its foundation, "Le National" has been a nursery of intriguers and renegades.
He was selected as a convenient tool in the hands of the intriguers.
The intriguers rose in mass to adopt this address to the French.