I should not have harmed you had you not set upon
And if you were shown a flock of birds, unable to fly, and were set upon
them to strip them of their feathers for your own advantage, you would set upon
the birds of the finest feathers; would you not?
As the women were now approaching the cliffs, Tomar the warrior suggested that we make our way to the valley before they could intercept us, as they might attempt to detain us and were almost certain to set upon
I think now that he was wise not to care for the advancement which most of us have our hearts set upon
, and that it was one of his finest qualities that he was content with a lot in life where he was not exempt from work with his hands, and yet where he was not so pressed by need but he could give himself at will not only to the things of the spirit, but the things of the mind too.
The first intimation of danger that came to Tarzan was the impact of three bodies as the three apes leaped upon him and hurled him to the ground, where he alighted half stunned beneath their combined weight and was immediately set upon
by the fifty hairy men or as many of them as could swarm upon his person.
Oh, do help me, like a good, dear, kind papa, in this matter, for my whole heart is set upon
1-6) I am a maiden of bronze and am set upon
the tomb of Midas.
Some day thou shalt set upon
both-they be only fit for killing.
The moment happened to be one at which her father's sense of the antique nobility of his family was highest, and his sensitiveness to the smudge which Tess had set upon
that nobility most pronounced, for he had just returned from his weekly booze at Rolliver's Inn.
Two to one," thought Gahan, and a grim smile touched his lips, for he had no doubt that once they had Tara safely in the adjoining chamber the two would set upon
Indeed the party of whites were set upon
by the night insects to such an extent that it was necessary to hurry back to the protection of the nets.
Every time a poor devil has been set upon
his feet I have detected your hand in it--incorrigible ass
The other boys agreed that there was reason in what Tom said, because an ignorant lump of bread, un- instructed by an incantation, could not be expected to act very intelligently when set upon
an errand of such gravity.
Still, the tumult grew, for the witch-doctors were set upon
the boy's death, saying that evil would come of it if he was allowed to live, having killed one inspired, and at last the matter came to the ears of the king.
He was fortunate in procuring a noble animal for his own use, which was praised by the Indians for its great speed and bottom, and a high price set upon