88 collocations for molesting

Their unkindness is not right, but the result is, they never molest a man who is merely eccentric.

"to be cornuted by Jupiter," let it not molest thee then; be friends with her; "Tu cum Alcmena uxore antiquam in gratiam Redi" "Receive Alcmena to your grace again;" let it, I say, make no breach of love between you.

In this particular neighborhood the ordinary jaguars molested the cattle and horses hardly at all except now and then to kill calves.

30. inveighs against such perturbations, "that purge to the halves, tire nature, and molest the body to no purpose."

Take care not to lose the way, and see that no one molests the cat."

Blake soon supplied his fleet with provision, and received orders to make reprisals upon the French, who had suffered their privateers to molest the English trade; an injury which, in those days, was always immediately resented, and if not repaired, certainly punished.

Not a field was encroached upon, not a house molested, not a person harmed or insulted, by troops that had been so harassed and vituperated by a people now entirely at their mercy.

They were civil enough fellows, following their own ways, and not molesting their scanty white neighbours, for the country was wide enough for all.

In the early morning, without molesting their English officers, about half the regiment signified their intention of marching down-country; while of the rest, some 300 men returned to their lines at Ferozepore, and on being called upon to do so by the Colonel, laid down their arms.

When I started on this hunt I had a thorough understanding with Hunter and my native that no one was to carry a rifle but myself, for I was determined not to allow my natives to molest the game.

There are no Indians, in this part of the country, who would dare to molest a settlement like ours.

" They abound exceedingly in all sunny spots; nor in the shady lane do they not haunt every bush, and lie perdu under every leaf, thence sallying forth on the luckless wight who presumes to molest their "solitary reign;" they hang with deliberate importunity over the path of the sauntering pedestrian, and fly with the flying horseman, like the black cares (that is to say, blue devils) described by the Roman lyrist.

The girls were unharmed, for the Indians rarely molested their captives on the journey to the home towns, unless their strength gave out, when they were tomahawked without mercy.

He did not molest the rapidly walking negro.

Other murders would probably have followed, had it not been for the prompt and honorable action of Colonels Robert Patterson and Robert Trotter, who ordered their men to shoot down any one who molested another prisoner.

One of the disturbers was taken suddenly ill, and died before the next meeting-day; which produced such an effect on the others that they never more molested the little company in their worship.

We have no disposition and we disclaim all right to meddle in disputes, whether internal or foreign, that may molest other countries, regarding them in their actual state as social communities, and preserving a strict neutrality in all their controversies.

He should not touch any cooking or water holding utensil belonging to a Hindu, nor disturb Hindus when at their meals; he should not molest cows, nor shoot any sacred animal, and should not pollute holy places by his presence if any objection is made.

Kermit shot one, because the naturalists eagerly wished for a second specimen; afterward we were relieved of all necessity to molest the strange, out-of-date creatures.

Yet these pond jacares never actually molested even our dogs in the ponds, far less us on our horses.

Return to the flames where you were before, And molest these peaceful South Downs no more!'

In fact, except the cougar, I saw but one living thing attempt to molest the elk.

But, my lords, they have not any misfortunes to complain of; nor is the accusation, that we have been defeated ourselves, but that we have not enough molested our enemies.

Strachan was willing to give assurance not to molest England in the king's quarrel.

With the exception of one instance, where an outrage, accompanied by murder, was committed on a vessel of the United States while engaged in a lawful commerce, nothing is known to have occurred to impede or molest the enterprise of our citizens on that element, where it is so signally displayed.

88 collocations for  molesting