A moment more, and a strong gripe was laid on the shoulder of the ravisher.
Imogen insisted upon not being left wholly alone with her ravisher.
But though she was melancholy, her melancholy was of a different hue from that of her ravisher.
How was it that he was gone to the very banquet of the ravisher?
How did he then come to be the ravisher of St and the enemy of God?
It was, therefore, towards Garakouati that the ravisher was proceeding.
In books war is great, but in reality war is a destroyer, a ravisher of life.
The ravisher's hands descended upon her person—she only purred.
What, said Sir Launcelot, is he a thief and a knight and a ravisher of women?
But, as she was compelled to admit, there was no trace of the ravisher.