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There is no disguising the fact that Schubert, prince of musicians, was personally a hopeless little pleb.
Max recalled the day of his début at West Point, a humble, modest "Pleb."
A SOLDIER OF THE LEGIONC. N. WILLIAMSON
Little did the pleb dream that he was up against a man of brains.
And I, unhappy, love with pure desire Sicinius, a soldier and a pleb!
VIRGINIA, A TRAGEDYMARION FORSTER GILMORE
Methinks He fears this pleb as he once feared Sicinius.Appius (haughtily).
VIRGINIA, A TRAGEDYMARION FORSTER GILMORE
I know the maid; a blameless child of one Virginius, a soldier and a pleb.
VIRGINIA, A TRAGEDYMARION FORSTER GILMORE
On my soul, I hold that the slavery of the Louisiana black is less degrading than that of the white pleb of England.
THE QUADROONMAYNE REID
Sister mine, how canst Thou hope to wed a soldier and a pleb?Cor.
VIRGINIA, A TRAGEDYMARION FORSTER GILMORE
The student is usually inerect, and really needs "setting up" quite as much as the newly-arrived "pleb" at West Point.

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