Waking up one morning from her dream, she betook herself to the old market of the Temple, and began to try and get her money back.
So he dropped his claims, and betook himself to his own country or to Avignon.
The three actors left the table and betook themselves to the brewery on the Rue Blondel.
They said, "Go on," nodded their heads, and betook themselves to their horses.
Mulberry opened the door and he and Gladys betook themselves from the study.
The rattle-snakes, too, betook themselves to the burrows, and so did the lizards and agamas.
He betook himself to this place of audience with great pomp.
It was late when we rose from conference, and I betook me to the princess's apartments.
He betook himself to Prague, where he found credulous faith, favorable to his work of deception.
With this consolation, he betook him to his bedroom, and proceeded to undress.