Aye, among some of us old sailor chaps
, he goes by that name.
One of the boys was Buck, and the other was a slim young chap
about nineteen years old.
Well, poor chap
, you do look as if you'd had a hard night of it -- but there's a bed here for you when you've had your breakfast.
It's true, the Monsons will give me connections, and connections are almost--not quite--as good as money to get a chap
along with--but, the d l of the matter is, that connections eat and drink.
That sort of thing grows on a chap
when he's alone--and talks aloud
are always telling me I don't know my own strength.
I don't know what you chaps
think, but it strikes me that we are on mighty thin ice all this time.
I tried here and tried there, but there were lots of other chaps
on the same lay as myself, and it was a perfect frost for a long time.
As you well remarked this very morning, 'There are some chaps
who are no good for anything but books'; I plead guilty to being such a chap
, and will not inflict myself on you.
would sell their younger brothers if they had a chance, I think.
Evidently," thought he, "these chaps
saw the Victoria skimming the waters of the lake, like a monster of the air.
I've never been able to feel really grown-up and tremendous, like other chaps