But that Woodman and that Farmer, though they work unceasingly, work silently, and no one heard them as they went about with muffled tread: the rather, forasmuch as to entertain any suspicion that they were awake, was to be atheistical and traitorous
Then to him the Sheriff spoke at length concerning Robin Hood; how that for many months the outlaws had defied the King, and slain the King's deer; how Robin had gathered about him the best archers in all the countryside; and, finally, how the traitorous
knight Sir Richard of the Lea had rescued the band when capture seemed certain, and refused to deliver them up to justice.
Porthos, of whom she had hold, bounded toward me, waving his traitorous
tail, but she slowed on seeing that I had observed her.
It was more than possible that without Rokoff's knowledge this child had been substituted for hers by one of the Russian's confederates, and that even now her son might be safe with friends in London, where there were many, both able and willing, to have paid any ransom which the traitorous
conspirator might have asked for the safe release of Lord Greystoke's son.
As the boat disappeared about a bend in the river Rajah Muda Saffir arose, shaking his fist in the direction it had vanished and, cursing anew and volubly, damned each separate hair in the heads of the faithless Barunda and the traitorous
Of this crime he was, after a patient investigation, declared Not Guilty; upon the ground that there was no proof of his having called the multitude together with any traitorous
or unlawful intentions.
The shadow extended southeast of the coast out into the sea half-way to a large island, which he said was the seat of Hooja's traitorous
Taking the basket on one arm and the bundle on the other, he strode away towards the traitorous
smell, looking as fierce as a lion, while Rose marched behind under her umbrella.
There are the brave champion, whether noble or common man, who conquers or falls against overwhelming odds; the faithful lover of either sex; the woman whose constancy, proving stronger than man's fickleness, wins back her lover to her side at last; the traitorous
old woman (victim of the blind and cruel prejudice which after a century or two was often to send her to the stake as a witch); the loyal little child; and some few others.
"That's not for me to say," was Amy's grim reply, but her lips would smile, and there was a traitorous
sparkle of the eye which betrayed that she knew her power and enjoyed the knowledge.
He crouched entirely concealed by a great lilac bush, which many times before had hid his traitorous
Polly felt it, and it did her good; hastily wiping the traitorous
eyes, she laughed and said cheerfully, "There, I 'm all right again; thank you, don't trouble yourself with my parcels."