unearths some literary gems.
From The Affair of the Mutilated Mink, by James Anderson:
"Well, well, well," he said, "this is splendid. Splendid," he added dogmatically, as though someone had contradicted him.
"I won't stand by and listen to her insulted."
"Then don't stand by. Clear off. I'll stay here and insult her to my heart's content."
"We haven't met, but I believe we have several mutual friends--Tubby Charrington, Pongo Smith-Smythe, Bertie Bassington."