"I hear from halidome that you're going to stand for Parliament," the latter said.
O' my halidome, wench, but I would let all the priests and friars fight for it.
The memory of the play and his conversation with halidome was still strong in Shelton.
And the first king had sworn by his halidome—and at this his court turned pale—that he would take his enemy by his blasted nose.
halidome paused in the act of turning the latch-key in his door; there was a rather angry smile in his fine eyes.
Shelton, recalling halidome's autocratic manner of settling other people's business, smiled.
Shelton had nothing better to do, for pleasant were his friend halidome's well-appointed dinners.
But in this he was unjust to halidome, forgetting how impossible it was for him to believe that a woman could not stand him.
In Horace Walpole, however, a character goes so far in the mediæval way as to say “by my halidome.”
halidome's countenance grew cold, a little shocked, as though he had been assailed in person.