The prince of Byblos sent to me, saying: betake thyself from my harbor.
She knew at once that she must betake her to the Truth for refuge.
The fever in this class of cases does not range high, yet the patients are ill enough to betake themselves to bed.
All that he need do was to put on his hat and betake himself to his usual diversions.
But it has been necessary that she should betake herself to the country, feeling herself but ill at ease in town.
When thou arisest I also arise; when thou settest I also betake myself to rest.
If a subsistence were provided by it for herself, whither should her father and her Lucy betake themselves for support?
He was compelled to lay it aside, and betake himself to a stroll and a pipe.
betake thee to thy couch, and sleep off the effects of thy drink.
For a while after my reception, I proposed to betake myself to some secular calling.