He is described as a quiet man, and by one acquaintance as a ‘strange sort of chap .’
best of luck, old chap
‘He was, surprisingly, quite a quiet chap ,’ recalls the Scot.
This tall, dark and lithe chap hoovers up food and never gains an ounce, whilst I weep for my waistline.
He was a laid-back and friendly chap who loved a beer and his sport.
A cute picture of the kids tells a man's colleagues that he's a well-rounded chap who loves his family.
The best male singer was a chap called Stanley who the audience showed wild appreciation for.
You hire a bouncer because you want to keep people out, whereas a restaurant is the sort of place where a chap wants to feel that they want him to come in.
He is a nervy, jumpy sort of a chap , who follows people with his eyes as they move about a room.
Just this morning we took delivery (from a very nice chap named Mike) of three vintage typewriters.