ruffianism

[ ruhf-ee-uh-niz-uh m, ruhf-yuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF ruffianism
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The Preparatory Schools of Ruffianism are similarly borne with.

He listens to the representatives of ruffianism, counting them first.

It was unnecessary to admit for a moment the existence of impudence or ruffianism.

All ruffianism affronts me, and actions legitimate in others are crimes in me.

He was a fine compound of ruffianism, shrewdness, and a sort of caustic humour.

Ruffianism may speak the language of learning or religion; it is ruffianism still.

Ruffianism and common vice of every kind had all their own way.

It was evident that success had but developed his ruffianism.

The ruffianism of these scoundrels did not allow them even to apologize for their crime.

Your Lordships have seen, in the evidence, what this ruffianism was.

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