I took their word
for all that they averred, and I became their disciple.
The latter name is a personified form of the Latin plural noun furiae, meaning "frenzy," a derivative of furere, meaning "to rage." Thus the Romans took their word
for anger and applied it to the dreaded deities.
He said: 'Everybody seems to have took their word
that I was the master bomber and now I'm an IRA man.
Given the four answers - Jenny, Sow, Queen and Doe - 56 per cent of the audience went for Jenny, and Patrick took their word
Gregory said: "Julian and his agent arranged everything and we took their word
for it that he was eligible to play for St.