"Two to one the bush is swarming with them—in quids," Albright whispered.
In some parts of the country these castings are called “quids.”
We'll keep the chain and the quid box and the quids, and we'll also keep the fi-pun notes.
The Federalists in 1807 generally joined the Lewisites, or "Quids."
I'll have it if you shorten the 'orizon, and make it quids instead of guineas!
The jury were idling over the newspapers, or lazily turning their quids.
This was of course received with a shout of laughter, and unlimited offers of quids while they assisted him to rise.
The men all sat on one side, chewing their quids; the women on the other, almost masked by their limp sun-bonnets.
Both men and women chew these quids with great relish, spitting out the juice from time to time.
And apart from that, why did other gonophs get lucky touches for half a century of quids at a time, while he!