[rising with his fists clenched] Who is the scoundrel?
Then you don’t think him a scoundrel, after all?
He is a heartless scoundrel.
Not a scoundrel!
It can’t be anybody else than the scoundrel who has betrayed her.
In the hollow, on the slope leading to the quarry-cave, are about a dozen men who, as they recline at their cave round a heap of smouldering white ashes of dead leaf and brushwood, have an air of being conscious of themselves as picturesque scoundrels honoring the Sierra by using it as an effective pictorial background.
So we are to marry your sister to a damned scoundrel by way of reforming her character!
A damned scoundrel.
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He’s a scoundrel. Don’t trust him.
He is the most intolerable scoundrel on the face of the earth.