I have a sharp sword, I have a far-killing gun, I have a blood feud with your enemy.
Is it for plunder, or in sheer love of war; or is it a blood feud that brings them?
But to kill him would start a blood feud, and to miss him would be worst of all.
In his blood feud with the Pasha, in his revengeful wrath, lay my chance.
I have already alluded to the blood feud, or vendetta of Albania.
Blood feud with the Salama of the Shammar; constantly fighting.
They were thus cheated of their revenge, and the blood feud was at an end.
Permitting a girl who had been betrothed in infancy to marry another, for example, could cause a blood feud.
The priesthood is open not to men flying the blood feud like Orestes, but only to runaway slaves.
Yet he had managed to hide his instant desire to strike, to kill, to carry out the oath of the blood feud then and there.