You came to be very tired of the death-warrant and of Queen Mary.
He'll take you with him, for it would be as good as signing your death-warrant to leave you here.
So far from saving itself by this act, the dynasty wrote another sentence in its death-warrant.
Yet my brain burns with the thought of Mary's death-warrant unsigned.
He was breathing heavily the while, for he felt that he was reading his own death-warrant.
Once,—twice,—thrice I read these lines,—the death-warrant of my wedded peace.
This seemed so inevitably a death-warrant for them all, that they shuddered.
"It's the boy's death-warrant," observed Jonathan, with a sinister smile.
They know, as all know who have attended to the subject, that confinement within existing limits is its death-warrant.
A stoppage of motion, of circulation, or of transformation would be a death-warrant.