- n. Plural form of ragamuffin.
“Shall I call the ragamuffins by their nicknames, or will you have them handled like christians.”
“They saw on the one side a numerous, well-appointed, and full-clad army, dazzling their eyes with their elegance of uniforms; on the other a few poor fellows who, from their shabby clothing, were called ragamuffins, fleeing for their safety.”
“Present, if you wish, nobles, Jews, or any other kind of ragamuffins, but to make a laughing-stock and a comedy of honest tillers of the soil is a downright shame!”
“Even Ruth was hurt, for she had some regard for appearances, and her lover, cheek by jowl with Maria, at the head of that army of Portuguese ragamuffins, was not a pretty sight.”
“A gang of filthy-faced, snotty-nosed ragamuffins laughed uproariously to see her screaming.”
“One of the ragamuffins stopped laughing and appeared to be patting her hand comfortingly.”
“It's funny, full of wordless clowning - and that's really the entire hook, that the eight ragamuffins in ripped clothes and heavy boots communicate through deadpan glances and silent ribbing as they devise musical riffs on everything from tiny matchboxes to huge oil drums.”
“And you progressives treat them like an unruly gang of ragamuffins.”
““Being a band of eccentrics that sells dreams is fine, but being a band of filthy ragamuffins is absurd,” she said.”
“This visual information alone conveys everything we need to know: the good guys are scrappy, underfunded ragamuffins … and the bad guys are (literally) as imperious as it gets.”
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