A normal chap, a man who likes creating things. A good worker in the morning, and a man who likes enjoying himself in the afternoon.
Thepublic has always expectedmetobea playboyanda decent chap never lets his public down.Dario Fo
If a chap seems bent on cheatin' himself, I like to be neighbourly and help him to do it.Stephen Hales
Roderick Spode? Big chap with a small moustache and the sort of eye that can open an oyster at sixty paces?Plum
You don't have to be a fantastic hero to do certain things — to compete. You can be just an ordinary chap, sufficiently motivated to reach challenging goals. The intense effort, the giving of everything you've got, is a very pleasant bonus.edmund hillary
Any seat would be mad not to take him. He's a terrific chap.Boris Johnson
What, still alive at twenty-two,A clean upstanding chap like you?hugh kingsmill
Look at that little fat chap. We’ll murder this lot.ferenc puskás
The chief object of the Law, as has been shown by us, is the teaching of truths; to which the truth of the creatio ex nihilo belongs. It is known that the object of the law of Sabbath is to confirm and to establish this principle, as we have shown in this treatise (Part II. chap. xxxi.) In addition to the teaching of truths the Law aims at the removal of injustice from mankind. We have thus proved that the first laws do not refer to burnt-offering and sacrifice, which are of secondary importance.maimonides
Dressed flamboyantly in leopard-print leg-warmers and matching hat, the chap managed to churn out a quick portrait of the Prime Minister which bears a striking if not fleshy resemblance to the head of government.
In a climate-controlled cabinet in one corner was the original scroll in the shaky handwriting of St. John the Divine of Patmos, whose "Revelation" had been the alltime best seller. Aziraphale had found him a nice chap, if a bit too fond of odd mushrooms.
You know where you are with a complete liar, but when a chap mixes some truth with his yarns, you can't trust a word he says.
[Malebranche] teaches that we see all things in God himself. This is certainly equivalent to explaining something unknown by something even more unknown. Moreover, according to him, we see not only all things in God, but God is also the sole activity therein, so that physical causes are so only apparently; they are merely occasional causes. ( Recherches de la vérité , Livre VI, seconde partie, chap. 3.) And so here we have essentially the pantheism of Spinoza who appears to have learned more from Malebranche than from Descartes.Arthur Schopenhauer
The bullet is a fool, the bayonet is a fine chap.
News is what a chap who doesn't care much about anything wants to read. And it's only news until he's read it. After that it's dead.
The chap that endures hard knocks like a man enjoys a soft time later on.
I say, Libanus, what a poor devil a chap in love is!
Do you know what a soldier is, young man? He's the chap who makes it possible for civilised folk to despise war .
Sence I've ben here, I've hired a chap to look about for me To git me a transplantable an' thrifty fem'ly-tree.james russell lowell