Henry was in the lead, and he heard a sudden snarl.
The king snarled.
One of them stood up and snarled.
The episode, to him, was a disconnected, unnecessary fragment, one bloody strand in the whole terrifying snarl.
Then, though with slowness, it fell away to a low, continuous growling, and in it there was that which I can only describe as an insistent, hungry snarl.
Prince Victor, again gave his wife the full value of his vindictive snarl.
But, as she turned, the humming of Arizona changed to a low snarl.
"By God, I'll teach you something," he snarled.
Van Calck, fearing that the Germans might escape, swerved his powerful car against the German machine precisely as a polo-player "rides off" his opponent, the machine-gun never ceasing its angry snarl.
He could send them back with a snarl.
I cried a warning to Paul, and heard a snarl as of a wild beast, and an answering snarl.
It was the younger man who answered this time, with an ugly lift of the lip over his teeth, between a sneer and a snarl.
He came nearer and Gray Wolf did not snarl.
But when Bruce came up to watch the proceedings the cub bared all his teeth and snarled.
At six-thirty on a Monday morning in late April (remember, nothing's going to happen) Rose smothered her alarm clock at the first warning snarl.
Dougal rested his hairy hands upon the "wet" counter and revealed his defective teeth in a vicious snarl.
It seems too bad that little dogs that want to be loved should have to learn to snarl.
So the two cubs rolled over each other, biting, clawing, and snarling.
No answer from George but a snarl.
The machine gun never ceased its angry snarl.
"You've got to win this race or get fired," he snarled.
They had not followed far before another track joined on--the track of the fisher-pekan; and soon after they heard in the woods ahead scratching sounds, as of something climbing, and once or twice a faint, far, fighting snarl.
He crouched, every nerve and muscle tense, lips drawn back in a snarl.
LeVere broke in with a savage snarl.
Lefty Joe snarled.
They separated and approached her from either side, crouching low and snarling.
And they grew so sick of the sight of one another that they began to snap and snarl.
Then the pair retreated under a rain of firewood, and on the edge of the camp fell to licking their wounds and whimpering by turns and snarling.
This was hard work, and my father was slaving away in the sun, and mine was arduous labour, and it was a very hot day, and a drought-smitten and a long day, and poddy calves ever have a tendency to make me moralize and snarl.
the fight promoter snarled.
Attempts to pirate this book and make money from selling it may involve you in a serious litigative snarl.
Again Teeka drew back her upper lip in a warning snarl.
Every now and then he snarled.
His voice was commanding and clear above the animal's snarls.
Come on," he snarled.
Ordinarily he would have turned away in search of other game, for even Numa respected the mighty muscles and the sharp fangs of the great bulls of the tribe of Kerchak, but today he kept on steadily toward them, his bristled snout wrinkled into a savage snarl.
"'Aw, keep yer dirt,' he snarled.
I wonder if you quite know whom and what you are trying to champion," he snarled.
It was more than dog-flesh could bear; Red bounded back, exploding in snarls.
Then, gradually, the mist cleared, and the old man dropped back in a lounging posture with an ugly sound in his throat that was like a snarl.
And, therefore, to make short work, I shall only beg Mr. Dryden's leave to congratulate him upon his admirable flatness, and dulness, in a rapture of poetical indignation: Then dares the poring critic snarl?
"I say you were talking about me," Captain Dettmar repeated, this time with almost a snarl.
She cried out at sight of the gleaming teeth and eyes, but he fawned about her feet, alternately whining and snarling.
"You had no business to tell them anything," he snarled.