On the weed-grown path beside him lay a revolver, as if he had dropped it out of his hand when he started to unbar the gates.
She managed to creep to the window and unbar the shutter an inch or two.
With soothing words the Sister bade her wait, Until she brought the key to unbar the gate.
The man began to unbar the door, and stopped, struck by a fresh doubt.
He had the right of way—let them unbar it, or crash to destruction—all three!
“We must not unbar the door or the shutters yet,” said the woman anxiously.
He was carried on a litter to the iron gate of the tomb; but she, fearing treachery, would not unbar the door.
"You must unbar them yourself, Master Nowell," replied Nicholas.
If only we could make some one of our folk hear without too much noise, they could unbar it from their side.
Then why did you not come to the side entrance instead of forcing us to unbar here?