I plainly saw that it was a case of sauve qui peut, and that I must take care of myself.
The British in front, the Prussians in the rear: "sauve qui peut!"
Getting off at Calcutta was indescribable—if possible worse than the embarkation—a sauve qui peut.
At any hour—any moment now there may be a call of sauve qui peut.
He, in turn, deserted his family, and it was sauve qui peut for the lot of them.
It was a case now of sauve qui peut, and to me the only marvel is how we lost so few under the circumstances.
The British bayonet was in their front; while a panic fear spread through their ranks, and the cry "sauve qui peut!"
It was sauve qui peut, and no standing aside for betters—no deference to age, and gray hairs ceased to be honored.
However, no time was to be lost; the dogs were close upon his steps; sauve qui peut!
The British bayonet was in their front; while a panic fear spread through their ranks, and the cry of "sauve qui peut!"