Yet may God, observing these things from where He sate in Heaven, and desiring neither to abash the angel nor to starve and slay you, have conveyed nourishment to you by the hands of other angels and have rendered mild the winds.
My courage seemed to abash them a little; they gathered back their petticoats like birds about to fly.
How could I abash that kindly vanity of his by adding also that, however famous, he must needs be to all eternity--nameless?
Here 's the gold o' the prime When Saturn ruled, shall shock our leaden day-- The clown abash the courtier!
Then the good wyfe of the house fet her goodmans olde clocke, and caused the same to be cast about him, because the sight shoulde not abash her shamefast maydens, nether loth her squaymysh sight.
So the Saracens were defeated, and a marvellous number of them slain, and the King of Abash entered the Kingdom of Aden with all his host.
And he with his host got back to their own country of Abash in great triumph and rejoicing; for he had well avenged the shame cast on him and on his Bishop for his sake.