Even Ashton said, "Weston, you are coming it pretty strong, old fellow!"
You ought to be ashamed of yourself, an old fellow like you pretending to be so good-looking.
"Drink, old fellow," and Mitchell put his arm about Morris's shoulders.
MAN, Sand, an old fellow who visits houses blessed with a child.
They dragged the old fellow from his hiding-place: they promptly handcuffed him.
And the old fellow with the thick spectacles talked them all down.
Glad to, old fellow, and we'll have a spot of hot tea ready for you in a jiffy.
Good-night, old fellow; I'm afraid I've sent you to sleep with my yarns.
The fact is, old fellow, that such things are not to be found any more.
We'll circumvent the old fellow, unless he's sharper than I think he is.