How To Use Ruffianism In A Sentence

  • It is an excellent thing for ruffianism and an admirable thing for the police to be on such intimate juggling terms with the night.
  • The brightest spot in their character is an abnormal development of adhesiveness, popularly called affection; it is somewhat tempered by capricious ruffianism, as in children; yet it entitles them to the grat√≠tude of travellers. Two Trips to Gorilla Land and the Cataracts of the Congo
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