He was no longer the debonair aristocrat of the racecourses and the boulevards.
He may like to have the racecourses watched for a bit longer.
From his appearance to-day it is evident that he is still a hanger-on of racecourses.
In mutual indifference or in a tiff because he wearied of accompanying her to all racecourses and all theatres.
Why have you not set up for the fashion, and frequented the chocolate-houses and the racecourses, Mr. Warrington?
He was a betting man, and I hunted for him high and low, at all the racecourses of the country, but couldnt come upon him.
The bookmaking fraternity muster strong on all racecourses, and apparently make an uncommonly good living out of their avocation.
He thought he could give up the racecourses; but he was sure that he could at any rate say that he would give them up.
I wish young men weren't so bad;—that there were no racecourses, and betting, and all that.
And airship racing then will be the sport to please the crowds; there'll be racecourses overhead, and grandstands in the clouds.