Antonyms for tries

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Listen to the voice that tries to win you back to innocence and truth!

She tries to deceive Caesar as to her wealth, and is shamed by her treasurer Seleucus.

You're right, though,' says he, and with that he tries to put a twister on Diablo's nose.

If he tries to charge you more nor that, because you're a stranger, take his number.

A steel trap is real firm when it lays hold and tries to be.

Mulready, in your father's pay, tries to have him arrested, the better to rob him.

She tries to get the American to tell what the past of this woman is.

He who tries may succeed, but no one can succeed who doesn't try.

It has been said, and truly, that it is the defeat that tries the general more than the victory.

He tries to draw it back, but it is clenched, and he has not the wisdom to unclench it.