Much better: Use every man after his desert, and who shall 'scape whipping?
Use every man after his desert, and who should 'scape whipping?
If he scape this age, he has scaped a tempest, and may live to be a man.
There'll be a kerridge for you; and whatever you want, you just 'scape out and we'll 'tend to it.
Thou know'st I can scape now, that's all I look for: I'll leave.
The Cavalier is disguised in the garb of a forester, as you see, but he could not 'scape us.
Certainly we have such kings, but all of them 'scape whipping and hanging.
They are escapism embodied, a dreamland, a scape of fantasy, the vale of telenovellas.
Then they thrust wide the gate to make their scape with speed.
If they should 'scape us, I were prettily fooled now, after all this.