Unlike the kneelers, they do not bow and scape to any man, not even the King-Beyond-the-Wall.
He said de sheriff was on de lookout fer some house-breakers dat was wid de circus, en' done lef' it ter 'scape fum de law.
Much better: Use every man after his desert, and who shall 'scape whipping?
Steam screeched from the scape pipes in a constant roar, testifying to the big head of power being carried in the ships boilers.
If he scape this age, he has scaped a tempest, and may live to be a man.
The scape, labrum, mandibles and palpi ferruginous; the clypeus widely emarginate anteriorly.
Thou know'st I can scape now, that's all I look for: I'll leave.
The King was forced to put himself into a pilgrim's weeds, and in that disguise to steal away to scape their fury.
The Cavalier is disguised in the garb of a forester, as you see, but he could not 'scape us.
It sends up a scape a foot high, bearing from five to ten of the large, lily-like, violet flowers.