Usage examples for O'Shea

  1. I looked up to see Jimmy O'Shea beside me. – No Man's Land by H. C. McNeile
  2. The woman somewhat naturally did not understand a word; but O'Shea had a way with women and children, wherein lay the charm of his strange mixture of character. – No Man's Land by H. C. McNeile
  3. And with the rise of the curtain Jimmy O'Shea had stepped on to the boards; for no man who knew him could ever hear the word bayonet without recalling him, if only for a second. – No Man's Land by H. C. McNeile
  4. O'Shea would nod approvingly. – No Man's Land by H. C. McNeile
  5. It is the material side of which the men such as Jimmy O'Shea are the teachers. – No Man's Land by H. C. McNeile
  6. But niver a step in the lot was lighter, An' divvle a boulder among the bhoys, Than Phelim O'Shea, me dynamither, Me illigant arthist in clock- work toys. – Green Bays. Verses and Parodies by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  7. John Augustus O'Shea, better known, perhaps, as " The Irish Bohemian", also deserves remembrance for his quarter of a century's work as special correspondent in Europe- including Paris during the siege- for the London Standard. – The Glories of Ireland by Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox
  8. How are you, O'Shea? – Back To Billabong by Mary Grant Bruce
  9. " The city once the abode of the flower of Andalusian nobility," says the intelligent O'Shea in his Guide to Spain, " is inhabited chiefly by administradores of the absentee senorio; their 'solares' are desert and wretched, the streets ill paved though clean, and the whitewashed houses unimportant, low, and denuded of all art and meaning, either past or present." – Familiar Spanish Travels by W. D. Howells
  10. " Give place, Mr O'Shea, to a man of superior knowledge to yourself," exclaimed Doctor Murphy. – Paddy Finn by W. H. G. Kingston
  11. " Ho, ho, 'Macy O'Shea, ' is it? – By Reef and Palm by Louis Becke
  12. He went on; and that was the last time I saw Jimmy O'Shea alive. – No Man's Land by H. C. McNeile
  13. " You have it, sir," answered O'Shea quietly. – No Man's Land by H. C. McNeile
  14. " 'Twas the masther, not thim, I conthracted to pay: 'Tis a quare kind of business," said Peter O'Shea. – Lyra Frivola by A. D. Godley
  15. For the drawings other than those of which another source is specified I have to thank Miss M. O'Shea, on whom has occasionally fallen the difficult task of giving ocular form to the mental visions of one who happens to be no draughtsman. – Life in the Roman World of Nero and St. Paul by T. G. Tucker
  16. In New York Tablet for 1880, a letter from Daniel O'Shea, who stated that for a large number of years he was a resident in Killarney. – The Reminiscences of an Irish Land Agent by S.M. Hussey
  17. O'Shea claims that many brain workers are far short of their highest grade of efficiency because of starving their brains from poor diet. – The Mind and Its Education by George Herbert Betts