Thou saw'st the murdered mate when tossed by pirates from the midnight deck; for hours he fell into the deeper midnight of the insatiate maw; and his murderers still sailed on unharmed
--while swift lightnings shivered the neighboring ship that would have borne a righteous husband to outstretched, longing arms.
Next morning, to the astonishment of everyone, he came out again safe and unharmed
, and said to the lord of the castle: 'The dogs have revealed to me, in their own language, why they dwell there, and bring evil on the land.
If she lives and is unharmed
," he said, "I will take you with us.
It was Lys, and she was alive and so far as I could see, unharmed
Meanwhile a third, running unharmed
all around the house, appeared suddenly in the doorway and fell with his cutlass on the doctor.
Princess of Helium, I might wring a mighty ransom from your people would I but return you to them unharmed
, but a thousand times rather would I watch that beautiful face writhe in the agony of torture; it shall be long drawn out, that I promise you; ten days of pleasure were all too short to show the love I harbor for your race.
Aouda had escaped unharmed
, and Fix alone bore marks of the fray in his black and blue bruise.
But always, it seemed, were the black pirates of Barsoom victorious, and the girl, brought miraculously unharmed
through the conflict, borne away into the outer darkness upon the deck of a swift flier.
He circled slowly a few times above the meadow until he had assured himself that Bertha Kircher was there and apparently unharmed
, then he dropped gently to the ground so that the machine came to a stop a short distance from where the girl and the warriors awaited them.
You have but to say the word and no further sorrows shall afflict you--even your baby shall be returned to you unharmed
It took all his strength to split those clinging bodies, and no sooner had he split them than Joe fell unharmed
into another embrace and the work had to be done all over again.
It is a fine, airy, silver wine, such as fairies may drink at their revels, unharmed
of it; but when a mere mortal sips of it, it mounts straightway to his brain, to the undoing of his daylight common sense.