“unhand that gentleman,” said Bowsprit, to two men who held the sick Mr Durocher prisoner.
I pray you unhand me, Humphrey; my old friend, you are too rough.
unhand me, thou foolish creature; it was not I that bereaved thee of thy paltry goods.
"unhand me," muttered Juliet in a tone of intense, but suppressed fury.
"unhand me, woman," said Vonnie, but she immediately took his arm again.
I said—and her green eyes glittered just like one—“unhand his lordship!”
"unhand me, sir," he said, in a voice of angry expostulation.
The New Woman will scarcely feel the seat of power warm beneath her before giving to the assassin's "unhand me villain!"
We took all this quite humbly and asked him why he didn't see Ole himself and order him to unhand the lady.
He had rather expected the heavens to fall, or that at least Mrs. Prockter would exclaim: "unhand me, monster!"