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- n. A young man.
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There's been no sign of fellow-me-lad and there's a possibility that he's heading for London: which means heading for you.
What she got was the slim young fellow-me-lad who, at first sight, couldn't say boo to a goose, and seemed slightly hesitant in his speech, as though he was carefully weighing up the words: putting his brain in gear before committing himself.
“Now you listen here, young fellow-me-lad,” he said, “In three days you and I will fight to the death.
“What’s that, young fellow-me-lad?” said the younger of them.
"I'll have to 'take shteps,' as Burke says, and discipline you a bit, young fellow-me-lad!
And incidentally, mind my arm, young fellow-me-lad. "
We're up against a tough proposition, young fellow-me-lad. "