Dick gets kinder peeved with her sometimes when she jollies him.
The same as the Jollies—'er Majesty's Jollies—soldier an' sailor too.
We sent for the Jollies—'er Majesty's Jollies—soldier an' sailor too!
And they done it, the Jollies—'er Majesty's Jollies—soldier an' sailor too.
I saw three or four of our jollies—as we called the marines—drop while firing away from the forecastle.
In ancient times the jollies, or Royal Marines, were the butts of the sailors, from their ignorance of seamanship.
“According to your notion all the jollies are Towers,” cried Nettleship, when he regained his voice.
Karl Ludwig jollies Oswald about those friends who seemed so surprised to see him.
Still the Jollies were in no way disposed to give up their share of me, to which they considered they had a right.
He was now engaged in drilling twelve of the most ruffianly and ill-conditioned of the crew, whom he called his jollies.