No one knows I have the plan—though he would have cut throats for it.
They wanted to shed blood, to tear down palaces, to cut throats, and in some way avenge the wrongs of all the centuries.
Let them cheat and pick pockets and cut throats to the satisfaction of their base instincts, but do thou regard them not.
Think not you are now in your own land of fair play, where men speak before they strike, and shake hands ere they cut throats.
He is but a very poor bungler who is forced to cut throats as well as pockets.
The knife is meant to cut wood, to cut cheese, to cut pencils, to cut throats; for a myriad ingenious or innocent human objects.
You see, in these days, there are not so many pirates who really scuttle ships and cut throats.
A dark scowl again greets us, but he is in better humor—just in trim to cut throats were the occasion propitious.