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  • Tailless As that look like Os, strange half-cursive Fs that too closely resemble Ps.

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • Wolf calls Torak a Tall Tailless and considers him a pack-brother.

    Wolf Brother by Michelle Paver: Questions

  • Tailless, therefore, must be the race of gods that spring from his loins.

    Tarzan the Terrible

  • Blind, demented, agonized, the Tailless Tyke thundered about the little room gnashing, snapping, oversetting; men, tables, chairs swirled off their legs as though they had been dolls.

    Bob, Son of Battle

  • A little later, and he walks out of the inn, the Tailless Tyke at his heels.

    Bob, Son of Battle

  • Highland bull, and barely escaped with her life, while the gray dog held the brute in check; but a little while before she had been rescued from drowning by the Tailless Tyke; there had been numerous other mischances; and now the present mishap.

    Bob, Son of Battle

  • And the Tailless Tyke, his tongue out and flanks heaving, crept and crawled and worked up to the opening, patient as he had never been before.

    Bob, Son of Battle

  • The Tailless Tyke, indeed, had advanced from the fireplace, and now stood, huge and hideous, in the very centre of the room.

    Bob, Son of Battle

  • His enemies said the Tailless Tyke was rough; not even Tammas denied he was ready.

    Bob, Son of Battle

  • Tailless Tyke gave in the time of trial; it may have been that his sheep were wild, as M'Adam declared; certainly not, as the little man alleged in choking voice, that they had been chosen and purposely set aside to ruin his chance.

    Bob, Son of Battle


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