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"Then I wash my hands of it all," cried the little self-deceiving caitiff; and he affected to have nothing to do with it.
IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO MENDCHARLES READE
"The misproud and amphibious caitiff puts the monk upon me," said Richard to the Earl of Salisbury.
THE TALISMANSIR WALTER SCOTT
The tyrant came to him, and with the poor caitiff's own whinger first struck him in the breast, and afterwards cast it at him.
THE HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION OF RELIGION IN SCOTLANDJOHN KNOX
Alas that ever such a caitiff-knight as I am should have power by unhappiness to hurt the most noblest knight of the world.
LE MORTE D'ARTHUR, VOLUME II (OF II)THOMAS MALORY
The caitiff yields quickest; the man who loves danger and adventure holds out longest.
DAMN!HENRY LOUIS MENCKEN
The constable has sworn that the caitiff had pea-green hair.
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOLUME 107, OCTOBER 6, 1894VARIOUS
Think not of us—think not of revenging yourself upon this caitiff.
GUY FAWKESWILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH
Thereupon the villein, the caitiff, the felon, climbeth up and taketh the bird.
TALES FROM THE OLD FRENCHVARIOUS
Caitiff, proceed to thy duty; and remember, that if my hand can no longer clasp a dagger, I can command an hundred.
THE FAIR MAID OF PERTHSIR WALTER SCOTT
Here, some of you, toss this caitiff into the horse trough; that for once in his life he may be washed clean.
THE FAIR MAID OF PERTHSIR WALTER SCOTT

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