Take care; you must have an honest man at the head of these ravagers.
The domestic pigeon is a dainty morsel for these ravagers of the barnyard.
Our own docks and embankments have been threatened by such minute ravagers.
Visigoth, poeticè for the Spanish ravagers of Mexico and Peru.
And so did Genghis Khan, and Tamerlane, and all the ravagers of nations.
And the foolish creature never thinks of it, leaves the ravagers in peace!
These are the folks of the Ravagers and the Sea-eagles: they be men, though fierce and wild they be.
Why, then, should we feel bad if the world looks upon us as ravagers of religion and insurgents against constituted authority?
And out he goes from his log hole hunger-bold as the biggest of all other spring ravagers.
The clergy should be the guardians, not the ravagers, of their churches, but quis custodiet custodes?