So he moved forward up the mountain with those of the soldiers who remained, and all the way the wolves harried
them, pulling down a man here and a man there; but though they heard and saw them cheering on their pack the Wolf-Brethren attacked them no more, for they saved their strength for the last fight of all.
I am no antiquarian, but I could imagine that they were some unwarlike and harried
race who were forced to accept that which none other would occupy.
Of course we contracted with them, paid them, were delivered into the hands of the draggers, dragged up the Pyramids, and harried
and be-deviled for bucksheesh from the foundation clear to the summit.
Had ye slain him it would have been an ill day for you, for Robin Hood would have harried
your town as the kestrel harries the dovecote.
And then a stout lady got up, and said it was disgraceful that a respectable married woman should be harried
about in this way, and gathered up a bag and eight parcels and went.
It was filled with tropical fruits, wild chickens, and wild pigs, with an occasional herd of wild cattle, while high up among the peaks were herds of wild goats harried
by packs of wild dogs.