That squint-eyed Augustine who had to look after the stoves was to eat off her knees.
That squint-eyed Augustine almost burst, the joke seemed to her so funny.
Squint-eyed Augustine set up a hen-cackling when she heard this.
The woman and the squint-eyed man dragged Ruth into the bush.
"And I didn't touch it," interposed the squint-eyed lad quickly.
Wry-mouthed and squint-eyed, he was the incarnation of the cubist ideal.
They wanted payment, and the squint-eyed man came in to say so.
I told her a squint-eyed man had brought it to the house—and then she left directly.
Short, overfed, bandy-legged and squint-eyed, the whole lot of them.
"We ought to lick him good and proper," growled the squint-eyed lad.