If I had a raven or a fox cub
I could play with it," said Mary.
In his teeth he held the assegai, yet dripping with blood, and in his hands the lion cub
that, despite its whines and struggles, he grasped by the skin of the neck and the hind legs.
So the Leader went into his den and looked at his children--two very cunning little cubs
, lying on the floor.
is mine, and to my teeth he will come in the end, O bush-tailed thieves
Villefort could not believe his eyes, -- he could not believe his reason; he dragged himself towards the child's body, and examined it as a lioness contemplates its dead cub
Today I sat before my colleagues like a bear's cub
or a plucked sparrow, so that I fairly burned with shame.
That sneering young cub
got taken down a peg or two on that occasion, and I also seized the opportunity of having a good look at the face of every foremast man as they filed past me to go to the after braces.
Hunsden gave him a mastiff cub
, which he called Yorke, after the donor; it grew to a superb dog, whose fierceness, however, was much modified by the companionship and caresses of its young master.
A quarter-grown cub
, that had hitherto been unseen, now appeared, dropping from the branches of a sapling that grew under the shade of the beech which held its dam.
Two shadows that looked like a bear and her cub
hurried past me.
this, and Man-cub
that," he rumbled, going on with his drink, "the cub
is neither man nor cub
, or he would have been afraid.
This is well; for hadst thou, 'Glory of the East,' been half a second longer in reaching the gates of the Amphitheatre, there is not a bear's cub
in Epidaphne that would not have had a nibble at thy carcase.