gray-whiskered love

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  • He'd watched his old man waddle out, raise his gray-whiskered snout, and settle down to nibble the grass.

    Phil's Last Stand

  • The gray-whiskered prankster was taking full advantage of galloping bridle-less!

    Raven Speak

  • The gray-whiskered prankster was taking full advantage of galloping bridle-less!

    Raven Speak

  • The gray-whiskered Lab's tail thumps against the boy's leg for a moment.

    Excerpt: City of the Sun by David Levien

  • The gray-whiskered prankster was taking full advantage of galloping bridle-less!

    Raven Speak

  • The gray-whiskered prankster was taking full advantage of galloping bridle-less!

    Raven Speak

  • The gray-whiskered Lab's tail thumps against the boy's leg for a moment.

    'City of the Sun'

  • He particularly liked the way one gray-whiskered waiter, who showed his scorn for the other younger ones and was jeered at by them, was teaching them how to fold up napkins properly.

    Anna Karenina

  • The two detectives, who were enabled to obtain a good view of the shop inside, saw the supposed murderer cross the room and seat himself at a table where a man of unusually stalwart build, ruddy-faced and gray-whiskered, was already seated.

    Monsieur Lecoq

  • The warmness in his eyes widened, spread until his hollowed, gray-whiskered cheeks wrinkled with smiles.

    The Dollmaker

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