We are standing by for what may betide, with not the faintest idea of what it may be.
Once over this and into the guard-house, and we can never be flanked, whatever else betide.
For he was assured that whatever might betide the others, his own fate was sealed, whether Roccaleone fell or not.
Whatever might now betide, her mission was fulfilled, if she once got quietly away.
Our trio held a council of war an hour ago, and unanimously resolved to remain at the post of honor whatever may betide.
betide what might, it was not for Garnache to play the eavesdropper.
His parting injunction to them had been, that whatever might betide, 'they should keep together'.
Whatever might betide, she was safe and sound—a Democratic Rock of Ages.
When Polycarp wrote, he speaks of them as still living; and he is anxious to know what may yet betide them.
Whatever else betide, there has been a change that we cannot determine.