At that period (so soon after the forty-five) there were many exiled gentlemen coming back at the peril of their lives, either to see their friends or to collect a little money; and as for the Highland chiefs that had been forfeited, it was a common matter of talk how their tenants would stint themselves to send them money, and their clansmen outface
the soldiery to get it in, and run the gauntlet of our great navy to carry it across.
and down- talk a Calcutta-taught Bengali, a voluble Dacca drug-vendor, would be a good game.
Instead, when his father refers to reports of the marriage, he lies, asserting 'I must outface
He appeals to Hibbert's sense of honor and, comradeship and duty being stronger than fear, to the privilege of serving with those who outface
terror: "Don't you think it's worth standing in with men like Osborne?
Whiles I may scape, I will preserve myself; and am bethought To take the basest and most poorest shape That ever penury, in contempt of man, Brought near to beast; my face I'll grime with filth, Blanket my loins, elf all my hairs in knots, And with presented nakedness outface
The winds and persecutions of the sky.
But when he meant to quail and shake the orb, He was as rattling thunder (5.2.78-85) Seeking to deify her dead lover through supernatural allusions, and identifying him too as an embodiment of the "rattling" storm, (49) Cleopatra prepares for the culminating performance with which she will outface
Caesar and captivity.
The specific verbal echo is apposite: "the unimaginable touch of time" is a line Wordsworth "rescued" from a "discarded notebook," at once to mark and to outface
passing time (23).
The message the knee jerk reaction has sent across the border is that the world's largest democracy doesn't care a toss about freedom of expression when rivals outface
its cricketers on an unlucky day.
Nevertheless, other aristocrats--at critical moments like the accession to the throne of her young brother Enrique--could outface
her over her right to the regency.
Uniquely confident in his ability to outface
The guise has been used positively since Rosalind wats to protect not only herself but Celia as well, "We will have a swashing and a martial outside, / As many other mannish cowards have / That do outface
it with their semblances" (I/iii, 117-119).