No, you nabobs wid dese automobiles must be held in check.
"Watch Yourself Go By" by Al. G. Field
Mr. Henry James has noted that "The Nabob" is "full of episodes which are above all pages of execution, triumphs of translation.
"The Nabob, Volume 1 (of 2)" by Alphonse Daudet
He's been chauffeur to more nabobs in turbans than you can count.
"The Best Short Stories of 1917" by Various
First of all, the Nabob offered it to the heydukes one by one.
"A Hungarian Nabob" by Maurus Jókai
In a few years I shall return thence a rich nabob, and bring fine dowries for our three sisters.
"The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte" by William Milligan Sloane
The era of nabobs, returning with vast wealth to astonish the English people, has long since passed away.
"Life and Work in Benares and Kumaon, 1839-1877" by James Kennedy
The Nabob of Arcot was one of these latter princes.
"A Modern History, From the Time of Luther to the Fall of Napoleon" by John Lord
At 11 A.M. we were sailing on for that port, which is regarded as the Paris of the Far East by the wealthy nabobs who frequent the city.
"Travels in the Far East" by Ellen Mary Hayes Peck
The lost ground, if there had been any lost at all, was soon regained with 'Le Nabab' (The Nabob) and 'Les Rois en Exil' (Kings in Exile).
"Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern Volume 11" by Various
Again both the court and the nabobs came well to the front.
"The Political History of England - Vol. X." by William Hunt
There's Nabob Jock comes strutting ben,
He think's the day's his ain;
But were he a' hung round wi' goud,
He'd find himsel mista'en.
"I’m Tibby Fowler O’ The Glen" by Susanna Blamire
Said I: 'Take back your heart
And I will bear with mine.
Poor lad! All wealth apart
'Tis murder I design,
Not all a Nabob's wealth
Is worth your health.'
"Cardiac" by Robert W Service
Jim rushed at the old man with his knife,
And drove it right through—an empty chair,
Instead of the figure sitting there.
For the Nabob vanished, dog and all,—
And the burglars vanished without their haul.
"The Nabob's Double" by Gerald Massey
Love is outraged in the pulpit when the lord presiding there
Overlooks the man in homespun for the opulent and fair;
For the dazzle of the jewels and the jingle of the coin,
Which the nabob, suave and guileful, from the common herd purloin.
"The Haven Of The Lees" by Samuel Alfred Beadle