- n. Plural form of paw.
“****clapz floofy paws and stamps over floofy paws******”
“*putz paws over eyes, but peeks wun eye between teh paws*”
“*step step hop – paws step step hop – paws step step hop – paws*”
“He even challenged him to closer acquaintance with an invitation to play, with an abrupt movement lifting his paws from the ground and striking them down, stretched out well before, his body bent down from the rump in such a curve that almost his chest touched the sand, his stump of a tail waving signals of good nature while he uttered a sharp, inviting bark.”
“We think it's going to be hilarious, Rocky likely to be very unimpressed but the first name that sticks to his paws will be the name that wins.”
“Since the dirtiness of her paws is the *real* problem and the nice Pottery Barn comforter is a royal pain to clean, and I don't feel like getting up to reprimand her every time she sneakily gets on the bed, I came up with this.”
“Listen, you—I'll admit to being a grubby individual but calling my paws sweaty?”
“Please excuse any smudges on this letter, as my paws are a bit unseemly at the moment.”
“According to the vet when I talked to them this morning, Mitt is just fine -- he hated the cone and tried to get at his face with his paws, which is nothing new.”
“Between his paws was a small animal-half-eaten -- and blood smeared his jaws and yellow teeth.”
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