On seeing this, his Dogs took counsel together, and said, "It is time for us to be off, for if the master spare not his oxen, who work for his gain, how can we expect him to spare us
Look this day in mercy and blessing on Thy humble people, and graciously hear us, spare us
, and have mercy upon us!
If she loved me, it might make her love me less; better to trust to God to spare us
"I suppose I should, but yet from purely selfish motives I am almost prompted to `keep a still tongue in my 'ead.' Whatever they do now they will spare us
in recognition of my stand for this fellow Black Michael, but should they find that I had betrayed them there would be no mercy shown us, Alice."
your elegiac tones," said the Parrot giggling.
And even,' he added in an altered voice, 'even if what I dread to name has come to pass--even if that be so, or is to be (which Heaven forbid and spare us
!)--still, dear brother, we are not apart, and have that comfort in our great affliction.'
'Oh, spare us
both the infliction, and I will exonerate you from the duty.
"I hire a country-boat and go down river from Thursday to Sunday, and the amiable Dormer goes with me - if you can spare us
'Let us hope that the man who can talk so well of love in general will find some particular reason to spare us
this time,' I said.
Nature will not spare us
the smallest leaf of laurel.
Will transport secretary Michael Matheson spare us
five minutes to say how he is going to repair Scotland's travel miseries?
Who'll spare us
the but condemn us to blic will get a tween him and he death penalty, hard labour.
Note to the House Speaker: Spare us
your endlessly vacuous rhetoric bent upon fabricated collusion/obstruction and display an ounce of political courage.
So, please spare us
the self-righteous and self-congratulatory statements deeply engraved in the American psyche called American exceptionalism.
He condemned actions against journalists in interior Sindh and said, 'the Sindh Government if not sparing Journalist, then how can it spare us