Word usage examples
There was never any way of telling how Payt Richeson would choose to shoot.
The big outfits were warring against the nesters and Payt was the warring kind, as were all the Durbin punchers.
At the head of the street she could see the whip-figured Payt Richeson watching all this.
I should, unless he pays me first, otherwise he would be punting with my money.
I have a Christian cook, and my wife pays a good deal of attention to the cooking.
I have to buy the tapers and he pays me, and every time he has one it is noted down.
I am not surprised that everything is so dear in the city where you are, for at Venice also one pays dearly and everything is priced beyond reach.
It always pays to know the men who have the courage of their convictions.
The duke who has Wednesdays pays her rent, Count Thursday pays her milliner, Marquis Friday stocks her wine cellar, and so on.
And I gather that none of the rest of paris pays much attention to anything that happens out in that eighteenth arrondissement.