highwayman

[ hahy-wey-muh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF highwayman

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One asked, "Whether she was to be indicted for a highwayman?"

Did you ever play you were a highwayman, or an elephant, or anything of that sort?

A highwayman was its hero and its scene the great North Road in England.

It is like giving of free will to the highwayman the purse he expected to have a fight for.

And do you concur in the silly notion that confounds Harry Talbot with a highwayman?

The highwayman sat before me on the ground, ruefully handling his skull.

With a loud shout I drew my pistol and rode like a demon at the highwayman.

"And you would be a highwayman, would you, gallows-bird—" began the Countess.

"Master," interrupted the highwayman with sudden resolution.

The highwayman passed his victim and threw open the bonnet of the Wolseley.

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