Eh, Saver above, it wouldn't be the death of his sister—of Connor's Oona!
And his popular sobriquet was Simon the Saver (Anglicè, miser).
The sight of his patron, the saver of his life, is like having it saved a second time.
He was, “in the best sense,” she wrote elsewhere, “a saver of men.”
Ma allers said, 'If the time comes when you have to marry, marry a saver!'
Civilization is a saver of life into life and death into death.
It's upon your two knees you ought to drop, an'—Saver above, what's the matther wid him?
The determining factor in the situation is the attitude of the saver toward the capital sum accumulated.
It was no new thing to me to know the Irish peasant in his character as a hoarder and a saver.
For ten generations he was the only money-maker and saver, and yet he was as free and liberal as possible.