danger will be at the moment when the savages find out that they have been deceived.
Tom got out his chiefest
jewel, a brass knob from the top of an andiron, and passed it around her so that she could see it, and said:
Paul, I acknowledge myself the chiefest
of sinners; but I do not suffer this sense of my personal vileness to daunt me.
And it may be that as ever is in God's Providence, the very thing that the evil doer most reckoned on for his selfish good, turns out to be his chiefest
And it has been the custom of divers nations to infuse something of sadness into their marriage ceremonies, so to keep death in mind while contracting that engagement which is life's chiefest
He was one of those wretched and evil men whose yearnings are downward to the darkness, instead of heavenward, and who, could they but distinguish the lights which God hath kindled for us, would count the midnight gloom their chiefest
Thereon the elders of the Aetolians besought Meleager; they sent the chiefest
of their priests, and begged him to come out and help them, promising him a great reward.
By good works must be understood the fruits of repentance, the chiefest
of which is charity.
MANY have an opinion not wise, that for a prince to govern his estate, or for a great person to govern his proceedings, according to the respect of factions, is a principal part of policy; whereas contrariwise, the chiefest
wisdom, is either in ordering those things which are general, and wherein men of several factions do nevertheless agree; or in dealing with correspondence to particular persons, one by one.
He must be very fond of her, for he gives her one day his chiefest
treasure, to wit, a huge pocket-knife with four rusty blades and a corkscrew, which latter has a knack of working itself out in some mysterious manner and sticking into its owner's leg.
Its history and its associations are its chiefest
charm, in any eyes, and the spells they weave are feeble in the searching light of the sun.
The way was beset with a thousand annoyances, chiefest
among which were thorns, cunningly concealed, that penetrated the bare feet of the invaders.