Providence soon frowned on me again, and I got behindhand, as usual.
We have our pope of fools at Ghent also; we're not behindhand in that, cross of God!
The Christian fleet was slower in falling into line; some of the galleys and most of the galleasses were behindhand.
Then the Englishmen, not to be behindhand in the fray, came to the rescue.
Sonya was finishing dressing and so was the countess, but Natasha, who had bustled about helping them all, was behindhand.
“No more did the Tallingtons,” said Tom, plucking up, so as not to be behindhand.
Nor was Philip behindhand in helping his comrades and in joining in the attack.
Britain had got behindhand both with her commerce and with her naval programme.
Seeing this, the captain of the Elizabeth, not to be behindhand, did the same.
The two despots of the Morea were not behindhand in this respect.