My service to the Prince, but I wish he had not come here so empty-handed.
He went, however, only to return a few hours later, empty-handed.
But game was scarce and Jack was returning to Gardiner empty-handed and disgusted.
He was compelled to return to England as empty-handed as when he went out.
The farm was poor and was mortgaged, and empty-handed I turned away.
“But I cannot have you return to England empty-handed,” he resumed.
To our mutual chagrin we met at the appointed rendezvous all of us empty-handed.
Why, man, do you suppose they would welcome us if we went to them empty-handed?
The messengers had not been sent up to Babylon empty-handed.
Can you suppose that we are likely to run when we see you empty-handed?