With magic or without, he'd won every brawl he'd ever been in, and he definitely wasn't afraid to fight a girl.
Never mind that they bartered over his love like some sort of prize to be won at a fair.
Molly won and joyously shouted as she touched wood!
Yes. The Others were attempting to influence the outcome of who won the Black God mantle by using me.
I guess I figured it out, though I don't know that I'd say I won that round.
If Past-Death being dead had rendered Deidre the mate of Gabriel, why wouldn't it work again, once Deidre won their deal?
"If you knew I was blood-bound, why provoke me into a deal you already won?" she asked.
Her first thought was that he was sending her to Death as a means of torturing her or at least, nailing home the point that he had won this round with Gabriel.
"A battle is only truly won when the opponent believes he's been beaten," he said.
Darkyn said even if she won, Past-Death could live an eternity.
Self-defense. I figured when you won, you'd fire me.
Newly crowned heroine Lydia Larkin won the election by eight votes.
I know I only won because you kept your mouth shut.
How she won over Gabriel.
You will try to win the deal you made with my mate the same way she won him.
"Did he send you to harass me?" she demanded, mind on the demon lord's parting words about ensuring his mate won their deal.
She won a bet but backed herself into a corner.
"I won a battle today," Rhyn said with a frown.
"I won my battles, without being kicked out of my domain," the demon growled.
I won my battles.
Right now, the Dark One was amused but also satisfied, like he just won a deal Gabriel didn't know they made.
It sounded as if she'd already won, which meant his mate had lost.
Deidre gasped, understanding now how Darkyn planned on ensuring his mate didn't go anywhere, even after she won their deal.
Inside of two weeks, he had won her heart and left.
Rhyn always won, but Tamer got his punches in.
I won and took over, Darkyn said.
Foreboding filled her at the expression on the deity's face, like she'd just won the lottery.
"You.ll tell me to go, won.t you," he said.
Brute force usually won any battle he fought.
No, Kris, I won.t!
You all won.t live long if I go, Kris.
"It won.t hurt him or me, will it?" she asked.
What he considered me, I won.t even try to guess, but no, I didn.t.
You won.t get tired of it here or bored?
Kris won.t tolerate what you do to them.
I won.t stick around for you to do it again.
I won.t use force against my brothers.
What makes you think he won.t leave you alone?
If there.s any part of you that thinks I won.t snap your neck like a twig in a hurricane—
I.m doing what Kris won.t.
This won.t take long.
I won.t have some stupid mortal telling me how to do things!
I.ll always take care of you both, but I won.t endanger you anymore.
You.ve got the guts to do what he won.t.
That probably won.t last.
If we return the scientist, we won.t know if it.s tainted.
And Gabriel won.t come back.
I told you about the loophole, and she won.t like that.
This won.t be easy.
He'd continue the war until he won back his planet and birthright by force, then find another way to heal his planet.
A'Ran won the vote by one.
But he'd won her as Kisolm's younger brother, Romas, had decreed, which should alleviate any accusations brought on by their clan, if Kisolm's father talked some sense into the arrogant crown prince.
"Their support can be won," Ne'Rin said in satisfaction.
She couldn't determine if she'd won this round or not.
Dean hoped Edith would tell the old witch where to stuff it, but instead she looked as if she had just won an auction bid for a coronation gown.
"You look like you just won 'Wheel of Fortune'," Dean said as he emptied a package of pasta into a boiling pot.
The four ate with gusto and animated conversation, led by Fred O'Connor, who won the contest of sucking up the longest spaghetti strand without dribbling oil on his chin.
Donnie won the first game with "cant" which Dean questioned, unsuccessfully, assuming the boy meant the more common version, "can't," which was unacceptable.
"Guess you won me," Martha said as she dropped a duffle bag on the hall floor.
The others picked themselves up from the ground one by one and quickly rejoined their fellows, so for a moment the horse thought he had won the fight with ease.
This praise won Jim completely.
He has won the race, and won it fairly; but what can a horse of flesh do against a tireless beast of wood?
I can't really remember what won, though at the time, I thought it all very forward looking and exciting.
By the time Norman Borlaug passed away in 2009 at the age of ninety-five, he had become one of only six people to have won the Nobel Peace Prize, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the Congressional Gold Medal.
It was a wonderful, glorious song, and it won the blind poet an immortal crown, the admiration of all ages.
His gentle courtesy and quaint speech won my heart.
Sweet Rebecca, with her strong, brave spirit, and her pure, generous nature, was the only character which thoroughly won my admiration.
She replied, "I think it means that the brave Britons were not discouraged because the Romans had won so many battles, and they wished all the more to drive them away."
I have not unexpectedly fallen heir to princely estates, titles or power; but I have something more to be desired than all the world's treasures--the love of my friends, and honorable fame, won by my own industry and talents.
See how he cowers and sneaks, how vaguely all the day he fears, not being immortal nor divine, but the slave and prisoner of his own opinion of himself, a fame won by his own deeds.
The next battle is won by him alone.
We civilians, as you know, have a very bad way of deciding whether a battle was won or lost.
Not only Princess Mary, who had been won by his gentleness with the pilgrims, gave him her most radiant looks, but even the one-year-old "Prince Nicholas" (as his grandfather called him) smiled at Pierre and let himself be taken in his arms, and Michael Ivanovich and Mademoiselle Bourienne looked at him with pleasant smiles when he talked to the old prince.
"And I'd have won on my Frenchy, your excellency," said Lavrushka from behind, alluding to his shabby cart horse, "only I didn't wish to mortify you."
Now the decisive moment of battle had come when Kutuzov would be destroyed and the power pass to Bennigsen, or even if Kutuzov won the battle it would be felt that everything was done by Bennigsen.
A battle is won by those who firmly resolve to win it!
The dispositions cited above are not at all worse, but are even better, than previous dispositions by which he had won victories.
She looked at him and, screwing up her eyes sternly, continued to upbraid the general who had won from her.
He hated it when she won an argument.
Eventually exhaustion won, though, and she slept.
What if she won but stayed a demon?
Dates back to 1912 when Woodie won sixteen games in a row.
While it was a nice ending, Dean didn't kid himself that he'd won the confrontation.
When he ran his mind over the whole of this strange Russian campaign in which not one battle had been won, and in which not a flag, or cannon, or army corps had been captured in two months, when he looked at the concealed depression on the faces around him and heard reports of the Russians still holding their ground--a terrible feeling like a nightmare took possession of him, and all the unlucky accidents that might destroy him occurred to his mind.
The battle is won, and there is nothing extraordinary in the capture of Murat.
"Nobody won a million bucks finding her," the woman called Nancy replied.
He and his father Ed Langstrom nearly won last Fourth of July.