A retributive shot.
[From The Lost Mountain: A Tale of Sonora by Reid, Mayne]
I want retribution.
[From The Pursuit by Savile, Frank (Frank Mackenzie)]
[From Gaspar the Gaucho: A Story of the Gran Chaco by Reid, Mayne]
[From The Law and the Lady by Collins, Wilkie]
Retribution came swiftly.
Retribution was demanded.
[From Historic Tales: The Romance of Reality. Vol. 04 (of 15), English by Morris, Charles]
I believe in retribution.
[From Who Are Happiest? and Other Stories by Arthur, T. S. (Timothy Shay)]
Retribution speedily follows.
[From The Professional Aunt by Wemyss, Mary C. E.]
Such deeds bring retribution.
[From The Storm Centre: A Novel by Murfree, Mary Noailles]
"It was righteous retribution."
[From Maid of the Mist by Oxenham, John]
She has earned that retribution.
[From Madcap by Gibbs, George]
Retribution is not to be escaped.
[From The Three Additions to Daniel, a Study by Daubney, William Heaford]
Retributive justice is satisfied.
[From Ireland as It Is, and as It Would Be Under Home Rule by Buckley, Robert John]
Retribution was part of his creed.
[From The Spoilers by Underwood, Clarence F.]
An awful retribution fell upon him.
[From The Man-at-Arms; or, Henry De Cerons. Volumes I and II by James, G. P. R. (George Payne Rainsford)]
It's a curious case of retribution.
[From Out of the Ashes by Grant, Ethel Watts Mumford]
It was a perfectly fair retribution.
[From The Story of Leather by Bassett, Sara Ware]
Suffering is retributive and purifying.
[From Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. II, No. X., March 1851 by Various]
"May God bring you retribution for this!"
It is so very like a case of retribution.
[From Johnny Ludlow, First Series by Wood, Henry, Mrs.]
It seemed like the retribution of heaven.
[From The Lion and The Mouse: A Story Of American Life by Hornblow, Arthur]
Men call the circumstance the retribution.
Small offences met with severe retribution.
this is a terrible retribution for my sins!
Even childish errors win their retribution.
[From Daisy Burns (Volume 1) by Kavanagh, Julia]
He felt that retribution had overtaken him.
[From Toilers of Babylon: A Novel by Farjeon, B. L. (Benjamin Leopold)]
This was the retribution and the vengeance.
[From Indiscreet Letters From Peking Being the Notes of an Eye-Witness, Which Set Forth in Some Detail, from Day to Day, the Real Story of the Siege and Sack of a Distressed Capital in 1900�The Year of Great Tribulation by Putnam Weale, B. L. (Bertram Lenox)]
What a retribution for his high mightiness!
[From The Trial; Or, More Links of the Daisy Chain by Yonge, Charlotte M. (Charlotte Mary)]
Retribution for all this folly came in time.
Last comes the final scene: The retribution.
[From Expositions of Holy Scripture Second Kings Chapters VIII to End and Chronicles, Ezra, and Nehemiah. Esther, Job, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes by Maclaren, Alexander]
The retribution came on slowly but terribly.
[From The Wits and Beaux of Society. Volume 2 by Thomson, A. T., Mrs.]
There is a hint of retributive justice here.
[From A Breeze from the Woods, 2nd Ed. by Bartlett, W. C. (William Chauncey)]