He said he didn't want a company of young bloods, but one of soldiers.
To thrash a Charlie was a pet pastime of the young bloods of that day.
Four of these belonged to young bloods who had been foremost in the riot at the pit-head.
He leaves that to the young bloods of the Rotonde and the Caf Royal.
They were young bloods, you see, and he had nobody to care for him.
This sane view, as it was the policy of the Minister, was furiously combated by the young bloods of the Opposition.
Before Marie was out of her teens, half the young bloods of the neighbourhood were courting around Uncle Johnnie's house.
The reckless, slashing temper of the young bloods disappeared.
A few of the young bloods danced and yelled defiance from above-ground.
These are an attraction for the young bloods of the army, and those of the Fifty-Ninth are very attentive.