I glanced towards the shouter; he was disappearing into the hole in the bank.
Now, straightaway, while the shouter's still aboard—and the two shooters.
A second afterwards the shouter of insults threw his arms wide, letting fall his spear, and pitched forward on to his face.
"Didn't know you, Muggins," responded the shouter, who fortunately had not taken fighting whisky.
Robert dragged his aunt impetuously to the tent door and offered his gold dollar to the shouter.
Stringer glared through the fog, clutching at the shoulder of the shouter almost convulsively.
Then the reporter rushed off to the Shouter, the leading revolutionary journal.
Perhaps Mr. Barlow, the shouter, had lighted on an overlooked letter for him, and had preferred this method of delivery.
The ballot alone effectively liberates the quiet citizen from the tyranny of the shouter and the wire-puller.
They saw one man who was conspicuous as a shouter, and as it appeared both formed a dislike for the fellow on appearances.