Naturally they did not believe me, and chaffed the life out of me.
I have seen the great Li Hung Chang stepping into the Yamen over the bodies of the coolies, who refused to move and who chaffed him as he passed.
The boy had recovered, somewhat against expectations, and Jim had thought no more of the matter, except to drop gently and firmly into a gorse bush a fellow who had chaffed him for being a nursemaid.
They roared over her ducking and subsequent encounter with Cecil, and chaffed her unmercifully.
Now I have been a good deal chaffed about a resemblance to Sherlock Holmes, the great detective of fiction, but I acknowledge and am proud of that resemblance.
I took advantage of the long legs about which "my friend Montie" has occasionally chaffed me and caught him up.
They spoke of nothing but politics, which she did not understand, and Cheiron chaffed him a good deal in his kindly cynical way.
Where there is an abundance of straw, and especially if cut into chaff, the easiest way to keep the stable clean, and the cows comfortable, is to use enough of this chaffed straw to absorb all the liquid.
He found that Mr. Lawrence adopted the “Box System” of feeding cattle, and used cut or chaffed straw for bedding.
He was chaffedrather unmercifully at times by several of the ladies he found there, in particular by a certain Miss Gertie Press, by nature so witty and sarcastic that the young man was genuinely afraid of her.
He had been chaffed about Harold's shirking, and being a dutiful nephew, and he did not like it at all.
Well, we're awfully thick, you know; and she chaffed me all the evening about my engagement with Miss Phillips.
The doctor had chaffed me so villanously all the way back that my disappointment and mortification had vanished, and had given place to a feeling of resentment.
She laughed, but she was seldom chaffed out of a reply.
That was three months back, three months of anxious waiting, in which Howard had chaffed me daily on my looks and health.
But Margaret knew that, if her friend chaffed him, it was because she completely approved of him.
She chaffed Oliver as though he were an old friend, and laughed vivaciously.
But it's better to be a guy than to be chaffed by every boy one meets, especially if one is not to be allowed to fight.
The elder girls were delighted at the thought of Jeanne becoming their sister, but the boys went into fits of laughter and chaffed Harry so unmercifully for the next day or two that it was just as well that Jeanne was up in her room.
Nicholson read my thoughts--or thought he did--and chaffed me till I grew more red than ever, and wanted to kick him.
They chaffed me about it at the cricket match; but I don't call it a fair question.
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