wittingly or no, Tamerlan was a step ahead of them, having flown to Moscow on July 16, two days after Plotnikov was killed.
I have never done you any wrong—not wittingly and willfully, at any rate.
True, he had parted with it wittingly, in exchange for a card which equalized the chances.
It is therefore manifest that he who wittingly from his heart termeth you priests, is not himself a true and worthy Christian.
I have not, at any rate, wittingly passed by any real difficulties.
On the other hand, the fence-cutting girl would believe that he had wittingly joined in an unequal and unmanly pursuit.
That she carried it too far is no doubt true; that she did so wittingly is not so certain.
Morris and these others played with it wittingly; it gave a zest, a touch of substance, to their aesthetic pleasures.
I will not wittingly associate with any whom the pope has excommunicated.
The barber shall swear, "I did not mark him wittingly," and he shall be guiltless.