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  • Battle royal was waged, amid the smoking of many cigarettes and the expectoration of much tobacco-juice, wherein the tramp successfully held his own, even when a socialist workman sneered, There is no god but the Unknowable, and Herbert

    Chapter 13

  • The man spat a mouthful of tobacco-juice into the white sand, and answered, -

    Chapter 14

  • Curiously, the American public, surely the most rabid anti-smokers and hygiene-conscious people on the planet, seem not to care a jot about this unspeakable habit, but then I guess second-hand tobacco-juice although nasty is unlikely to kill you.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • ‘More respectable, you mean, I suppose?’ said Ewart, with a sneer, and squirting the tobacco-juice through his front teeth; then was silent for a moment, and proceeded in a tone of candour which some internal touch of conscience dictated.

    Redgauntlet

  • It was very bustling and dirty, and the carpet was plentifully sprinkled with tobacco-juice.

    The Englishwoman in America

  • The whole floor of the car was covered with streams of tobacco-juice, apple-cores, grape-skins, and chestnut-husks.

    The Englishwoman in America

  • In war time scores of these “doxy-dummies” — as the rough tars called them — were tossed overboard from captured vessels or set up as a mark for tobacco-juice, while sweet eyes in

    Springhaven

  • They spat jets of tobacco-juice, were richly profane, paid, where coin was scarce, in gold-dust from a match-box, and hurried back to work.

    Australia Felix

  • The walls were dingy, the floor covered with puddles of tobacco-juice, the air almost suffocating with the smell of pent-up tobacco-smoke, unwashed negroes, and dirty garments.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 02, No. 08, June 1858

  • Byloe squirted tobacco-juice skilfully into the puddle between his feet, and winked at the squire.

    Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, September, 1878

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