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.
I determined, therefore, to make the best of a bad bargain, and to bear up manfully against whatever might betide
I see that more than a mere dutiful morning visit to your aunt was in question; and woe betide
him, and her too, when it comes to things of consequence, when they are placed in circumstances requiring fortitude and strength of mind, if she have not resolution enough to resist idle interference in such a trifle as this.
Now, ill betide
thee, traitor staff," cried Robin, as it fell from his hands; "a foul stick art thou to serve me thus in mine hour of need.
And all the evening long the timid townsmen's doors have had to be quick opened to let in rough groups of soldiers, for whom there must be found both board and lodging, and the best of both, or woe betide
the house and all within; for the sword is judge and jury, plaintiff and executioner, in these tempestuous times, and pays for what it takes by sparing those from whom it takes it, if it pleases it to do so.
Tarzan will go again to Opar before the next rains and if harm has befallen La, woe betide
Cadj, the High Priest.
With a single blow of his mighty paw he crushes the skull of a bull, and woe betide
the belated wayfarer who meets EL ADREA abroad at night.
the day that ever I took off my yeoman's jerkin to put on the white gown
Ere this wedding be wrought, woe betide
thee," he cried.
tales of land and sea And whatsoever might betide
The great forgotten world outside.
Possessing an exhaustless well of affection in her nature, its sparkling waters had freshened and brightened the Nuns' House for years, and yet its depths had never yet been moved: what might betide
when that came to pass; what developing changes might fall upon the heedless head, and light heart, then; remained to be seen.
The more we take, the more they make In deep sea matrimony; Race suicide cannot betide
The fertile abalone.
I will shoulder a rifle myself; and woe betide
the red-skin that crosses my path
The debilitated old house in the city, wrapped in its mantle of soot, and leaning heavily on the crutches that had partaken of its decay and worn out with it, never knew a healthy or a cheerful interval, let what would betide
If you're not sharp enough, I'll creak the door, and woe betide
you if I have to creak it much.