The forty lifers were caught in red-handed readiness for the break.
You will call your men off his track—until you catch him red-handed?
Slavery, from the beginning, has been a disturber, as it is now a red-handed traitor.
After that, she would catch her father suddenly, and bring him back, red-handed.
Even the red-handed Sanson opened his huge bull's-mouth with surprise as she appeared before him.
Will you believe the testimony of the defendant or this red-handed Pinkerton?
Her life was the playing of a red-handed game by one who thought herself innocent.
Doubtless Clifford was as red-handed a sinner as any of the barons, but probably no worse.
Humboldt took Pike red-handed; this the present biographer deplores; but he can neither discover nor invent a defense.
You needn't 've been afraid of any one hearin' the shot and catching you red-handed.