Irwine 'ull leave no stone unturned
with the judge--you may rely upon that, Adam."
Not one of the five will be present at the marriage; and not one of the five will leave a stone unturned
to stop it, if the Countess will only give them a chance.
There was now no doubt about my uncle's enmity; there was no doubt I carried my life in my hand, and he would leave no stone unturned
that he might compass my destruction.
There was no danger that his dead wife would be recognized: those were not days of active inquiry and wide report; and as for the registry of their marriage, that was a long way off, buried in unturned
pages, away from every one's interest but his own.
But I left no stone unturned
. I was ready to move heaven and earth to persuade my sister, and at last I did persuade her.
There lay the nearest water, and there might be expected some day a rescuing party from her father's empire; for Carthoris knew Thuvan Dihn well enough to know that he would leave no stone unturned
until he had tracked down the truth as to his daughter's abduction, and learned all that there might be to learn of her whereabouts.
"It's a mighty rough country," remarked Smuts, "but we can't leave a stone unturned
until we have exhausted every resource to find that boy.
Von Horn had been particularly anxious, for the furtherance of certain plans he had in mind, to effect a reconciliation with Number Thirteen, to reach a basis of friendship with the young man, and had left no stone unturned
to accomplish this result.
I have left no stone unturned
. Killeny Boy is gone, as we shall be gone from this detestable hole of a city.
They had that interest, as well as other interests, in ensuring their impunity from exposure, and they would leave no stone unturned
, no sacrifice unattempted, no treachery untried, to discover the place in which their victim was concealed, and to part her from the only friends she had in the world--Marian Halcombe and myself.
Not a leaf was left unturned
. The sticks were removed, and the stones lifted; for Indian cunning was known frequently to adopt these objects as covers, laboring with the utmost patience and industry, to conceal each footstep as they proceeded.
"I believe that not a stone in Paris will remain unturned
," put in the marechal.