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“The long-whiskered owlet, one of the world's small ...”
“The two little girls look a lot like their mother — and long-haired, long-whiskered — and have the same sweet temperament, too.”
“Hampton, and the elder Botsey, and Lord Rufford, and, above all, a dark-visaged, long-whiskered, sombre, military man who had been in the carriage with Lord Rufford, and who had hardly spoken a word to any one the whole day.”
“He had obviously not expected so rapid and insulting a termination to his conversation with this long-whiskered ragamuffin.”
“Kushmouth waddled over to his clan-mate, his long-whiskered, flattened face alight with the pleasure to be gained from observing the final damnation of others.”
“Most of the long-whiskered crustaceans were still alive when they were dropped squeaking into the boiling pots.”
“Blunt-muzzled and long-whiskered, the face sported a natural blue-gray mask around luminous emerald-hued eyes.”
“I reached his hotel, and had to wade through a host of long-whiskered, long-piped gentlemen, who were smoking with all their might and main, and spitting in all directions.”
“Three were British officers going to the Upsalquitch, men of the long-whiskered, Dundreary type, who soon let us know with many haw-haws that they had fished in Norway, and had killed salmon on the estate of my Lord Knowswho in Scotland, while guests of that nobleman.”
“You don't suppose those long-whiskered old patriarchs openly took the bribe in hand and right before the claimants, tucked the loose shekels into the wide phalacteries of holy skirts -- do you?”
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