Then the rose mother leaned the weary little head On her bosom to rest, and tenderly she said: "Thon hast learned, my little bud, that, whatever may betide
, Thou canst win thyself no joy by passion or by pride.
Then Captain Jim would brew them tea and tell them "tales of land and sea And whatsoever might betide
The great forgotten world outside."
But Dantes cannot remain forever in prison, and one day or other he will leave it, and the day when he comes out, woe betide
him who was the cause of his incarceration!"
I determined, therefore, to make the best of a bad bargain, and to bear up manfully against whatever might betide
. In this endeavour, I succeeded beyond my own expectations.
Tarzan will go again to Opar before the next rains and if harm has befallen La, woe betide
Cadj, the High Priest."
"Ere this wedding be wrought, woe betide
thee," he cried.
``l,'' said Prince John to his attendants, but not in direct reply, ``I will see how he can draw his own; and woe betide
him unless his skill should prove some apology for his insolence!''
"If your worship knew that," returned Sancho- "woe betide
me and all my kindred!- why did you let me taste it?"
There are no longer divided counsels among the gods; Juno has brought them to her own mind, and woe betides the Trojans."
There are no longer divided counsels among the gods; Juno has brought them over to her own mind, and woe betides the Trojans at the hands of Jove.
There must be no halting; every one must be at his or her post; and woe betides
them who hear not this morning summons to the field; for if they are not awakened by the sense of hearing, they are by the sense of feeling: no age nor sex finds any favor.
, whatever new ties you may form, whatever changes may come between us, I shall always look to you, and love you, as I do now, and have always done.