bethink thee now—thou art of too much account to die as these others.
Might he not bethink himself, and come again, and say he was sorry he had so left her?
bethink thee, therefore, what manner of man thou art, rather than of whom thou wast born.
But stay, now I bethink me, there is one thing reckoned not upon—the priest.
And now I bethink me, those poachers' tatters sit very ill on your long carcass.
Be it so; only, bethink you that one of us will infallibly be killed.
Further, you brothers and sisters of the north ought to bethink yourselves and keep in mind how we regard them.
But bethink you of them, and you will unriddle them for yourself, perhaps.
But bethink you a moment if ye have strength and wish to follow.
But bethink you, Joseph, the child suspects not the possibility of his having fallen.