So he alighted, tied his horse to the tree, and prayed the lady to unarm him.
Unarm him first, then if he be not obstinate Preserve his life.Arc.
Do you mean, then, to fall upon them naked and unarm'd, and butcher them in cold Blood?
Go, tell no man to unarm himself; and let them shoot, in case of necessity, as sharply on those who cry France and St. Denis!
And therewith Sir Launcelot alighted, and tied his horse to the same tree, and prayed the lady to unarm him.
And thereupon alighting, he tied his horse to the same tree, and prayed the lady to unarm him.
Away with him, lads; cherish him kindly, unarm him gently, and set him a-grinding corn till his ransom be paid—away!
Then the lady helped him to unarm, and with might and force he climbed up to the falcon.