The savages fled
in the utmost disorder, evacuated their towns, and reluctantly left their territory to our mercy.
Some few fled
, indeed, but the wolves hunted them by gaze and scent, and pulled them down before they passed the gates of the kraal.
The cherry-tree was dead, for its dryad had gone,--fled
, said evil tongues, fled
away to the town!
Brother, little brother, come to me,' the swifter he fled
after his brothers the wolves, and the heavier grew his skin, till, with a long howl, he vanished into the depths of the forest.
The open forehead, the curly locks, the pleasant smile, the hundred ingratiating ways which we carry with us out of childhood, they may all remain when the innocence has fled
, but surely the laugh of the morning of life must go.
In despair, he turned and fled
from the oncoming soldiery.
Before them the natives fled
in alarm, so that they found only deserted villages in their path as they proceeded.
They arched their arrows at him, and though he was untouched he fled
Life promised only somewhere else, in the high hills and remote bush whither the tribe had already fled
But Lip-lip was no longer leader--except when he fled
away before his mates at the end of his rope, the sled bounding along behind.
A slave named Androcles once escaped from his master and fled
to the forest.
A BOSS who had gone to Canada was taunted by a Citizen of Montreal with having fled
to avoid prosecution.
to an angle of the wall and crouched upon the floor.
It was in the old days of the Russian occupancy of Alaska, when the nineteenth century had run but half its course, that Negore fled
after his fleeing tribe and came upon it this summer night by the head waters of the Pee-lat.
Then came the frightful crushing of the Second Revolt, and it is probable that in the moment of danger, ere she fled
or was captured by the Mercenaries, she hid the Manuscript in the hollow oak at Wake Robin Lodge.