was successful, and the entire party of man-hunters raced headlong after me up one canyon while Ghak bore Perry to safety up the other.
Then Charley's lagging imagination quickened sufficiently to suggest a ruse.
On the night we were to put our ruse into effect, Charley and I took up our usual station in our rowing skiff alongside the Lancashire Queen.
He saw a Wieroo flap dismally above him; he saw the banks of the stream float slowly past; he heard a sudden wail upon the right-hand shore, and his heart stood still lest his ruse
had been discovered; but never by a move of a muscle did he betray that aught but a cold lump of clay floated there upon the bosom of the water, and soon, though it seemed an eternity to him, the direct sunlight was blotted out, and he knew that he had entered beneath the temple.
Often in bygone wars had the Moors tempted the hot-blooded Spaniards from their places of strength by such pretended flights, but there were men upon the hill to whom every ruse
an trick of war were as their daily trade and practice.
Jeering at the White Logic, I go out to join my guests at table, and with assumed seriousness to discuss the current magazines and the silly doings of the world's day, whipping every trick and ruse
of controversy through all the paces of paradox and persiflage.
In your case, I fear, confession is exploitation by indirection, profit-making by ruse
, self-aggrandizement at the expense of God.
Also, he bethought him of a crafty ruse
and reversed the marks of their hoofs, making the front behind and the hind before, while he himself walked the other way (14).
That I spake of sacrifices and honey-sacrifices, it was merely a ruse
in talking and verily, a useful folly
It was simply a ruse
to divert inquiry into a wrong channel.
Felicite would invariably thwart their ruses
and they held her in great respect.
It was very fetching to make the girl propose in the course of being reunited, and Martin discovered, bit by bit, other decidedly piquant and fetching ruses