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  • “You are going to leave me, then, my old playfellow,” said the boy; “and there is an end of all our game at bo-peep with the cowardly lubbards whom I brought hither to have their broad-footed nags shed by the devil and his imps?”

    Kenilworth

  • "You are going to leave me, then, my old playfellow," said the boy; "and there is an end of all our game at bo-peep with the cowardly lubbards whom I brought hither to have their broad-footed nags shed by the devil and his imps?"

    Kenilworth

  • Yet their wine and their victuals, those curmudgeon lubbards

    The Poems of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Volume 1

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