There were eight headpieces for women-masks, goddesses and huntresses.
Then while the huntresses were roaming about the inn, out came Plunkett!
Other huntresses have already set us the problem; others will set it to us again.
For all these huntresses there are moments of inaction which the presence of a fresh prey is powerless to disturb.
At the nesting-season, all this tiny world of huntresses is filled with astounding activity.
Among the huntresses was Imma, the paramour who had so bravely borne Eginhard, the archchaplain, upon her back.
For the hunters and huntresses targets were placed upon the trees; all kinds of fire-arms and cross-bows and arrows lay near them.
But when my huntresses fly, there still remains that horrible argus who guards me with his thousand eyes and never leaves my side.
But listen, there is the call of my huntresses—I must hasten to them, or they will surround this cabin and they might enter.
Her feet are sometimes bare, and sometimes adorned with a sort of buskin, which was worn by the huntresses of old.