Upwards:--in spite of the spirit that drew it downwards, towards the abyss, the spirit of gravity, my devil and arch-enemy
His mind revolved many memories, recalled by the escape of his arch-enemy
from the French military prison to which he had been sentenced for life upon the testimony of the ape-man.
At his right hand rode Edward Randolph, our arch-enemy
, that "blasted wretch," as Cotton Mather calls him, who achieved the downfall of our ancient government, and was followed with a sensible curse, through life and to his grave.
To whom th' Arch-Enemy
, And thence in Heav'n call'd Satan, with bold words Breaking the horrid silence thus began.
Her nervous cluck, when the chicken happened to be hidden in the long grass or under the squash-leaves; her gentle croak of satisfaction, while sure of it beneath her wing; her note of ill-concealed fear and obstreperous defiance, when she saw her arch-enemy
, a neighbor's cat, on the top of the high fence,--one or other of these sounds was to be heard at almost every moment of the day.
It was Silas Bannerman who finally ran down that scientific wizard and arch-enemy
of mankind, Emil Gluck.
Of the latter I saw only the huge white moustache, like a flying gull, as Raffles had described it; for at a glance I divined that this was his arch-enemy
, the Count Corbucci himself.
GARETH SOUTHGATE has turned the tables on Germany by having the arch-enemy
try to nick his ideas.
POLITICS sometimes is too serious for its own good, but I did have to smile when I read about The Beano accusing Tory MP Jacon Rees-Mogg of copying the style of Dennis the Menace's arch-enemy
Walter the Softy.
Bin Salman, who is midway through a multi-city tour in the United States, said the American troop presence inside Syria is the last effort stopping Iran, Saudi Arabia's arch-enemy
, from continuing to expand influence with regional allies.
FOR years the arch-enemy
of anyone claiming a mind of their own has been political correctness.
Carla, played by Alison King, is consoled by her arch-enemy
Tracy Barlow (Kate Ford) on a drive to the countryside.