betide[ bih-tahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF betide
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BETIDE
Once over this and into the guard-house, and we can never be flanked, whatever else betide.
Whatever might now betide, her mission was fulfilled, if she once got quietly away.
Betide what might, it was not for Garnache to play the eavesdropper.
Yet are we prepared, with an even mind and a trusting faith, for whatever may betide.
But I must get to these Karakorum mountains, whatever may betide.
Whatever might betide, she was safe and sound—a Democratic Rock of Ages.
Whatever else betide, there has been a change that we cannot determine.
He hated Miriam, and there was no getting away from her whatever might betide.
She was trembling with fear lest worse might betide her even than this.
Know ye that it shall not so betide, and I may but encounter them shortly.