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She had waylaid the well-known figure from whom she had formerly fled, and her end was attained.
Had the poor creature been dogged and waylaid by those two policemen after all?
I tell you I was waylaid in the wood by a party of scoundrels, and you ask me for their names, and then for my witnesses!
Men were shot down in the open fields, or waylaid in every pathway.
If he found a bit of rich ground, "jumpers" were ready to drive him from it: Mexicans waylaid him and robbed him of his dust.
For this was he who had waylaid an "enemy" on the highroad and beaten him into unconsciousness.
The next day, as usual, we blacked and painted, and waylaid them near Sideling Hill.
To make sure, he waylaid her in the hall while she was hurrying to her own apartments.
But the plot was betrayed, and as Raivalita left the house after reporting his arrival to his father, he was waylaid and clubbed.