cried Aunt Em, impatiently; "what's all this rigmarole about?
It's a rigmarole because the boy is a Rigmarole and we've come to Rigmarole Town.
For here, if one can't talk clearly, and straight to the point, they send him to Rigmarole Town; while Uncle Sam lets him roam around wild and free, to torture innocent people.
We haven't visited the Rigmaroles or the Flutterbudgets yet," said Dorothy.
I've heard of the Rigmaroles, and wondered what they were like; but now I know, and I'm ready to move on.
I've read a few rigmaroles that might have come from this very town.
The Rigmaroles had made a strong impression upon her.
Now I want to know what that rigmarole
you told me this morning meant.
This is the rigmarole
he got off to me the other day.
You may wonder what his rigmarole
, his amateur Paganini performances on one string or on twenty, have to do with your planting, and yet prefer it to leached ashes or plaster.
How can I take that Planchette rigmarole
But what did the man mean by his extraordinary rigmarole
about the newspaper, and that crazy old woman?
Your Latin and rigmarole
may soon dry off you, but you'll be but a bare stick after that.
If the RFU thinks I am the man for the job and there wasn't going to be any rigmarole
of going through the whole process which I have before then I would be a contender.
PAUL NICHOLLS is pictured here with one of his high-class hurdlers from yesteryear, having bumped into Rigmarole
on a recent visit to Henstridge's Riding for the Disabled Centre to present a certificate to longstanding rider Paul Woodford.