Then along the bank from the direction of the date palms came Auden Spoon-bill, he who had gone to Delilahs heart.
The French king lost his heart to ladies, and confused his policy by promises made to Delilahs in the ballroom.
A little later a speaker describes novels as the Delilahs that seduce wise and good men from more serious reading.
How deeply ought we to regret that this Nazarite suffered his strength to be shorn by the Delilahs of spurious fame.
At least half the leisure of his life has been devoted to dallying with the Delilahs of his land, of whom there is no scarcity.