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truculent-looking

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  • Moreover, I caught Spiro, the more truculent-looking of the pair, scowling at me more than once when he did not know I had my eye on him.

    McClure's Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 5, April, 1896

  • Full of strange oaths, and bearded like the pard; a decidedly truculent-looking figure.

    The International Monthly, Volume 3, No. 1, April, 1851

  • There seemed, indeed, scant reason for any passenger-train at all, for, besides our own party, there were only two or three Zaptiehs, truculent-looking fellows, a couple of English merchants and some rayahs.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Volume 22. July, 1878.

  • Peruvian loungers, the "lions" of Lima -- a long-haired, becloaked, truculent-looking set of fellows, whose proper place would seem to be among operatic banditti.

    The Aldine, Vol. 5, No. 1., January, 1872 A Typographic Art Journal

  • The door of the bedroom burst open and a large, truculent-looking man said.

    The Laughing Fox

  • A truculent-looking warrior in one of those ear-guards which are tied on by strings underneath the chin, and which add fifty per cent to the ferocity of a forward's appearance, broke away with the ball at his feet, and swept down the field with the rest of the pack at his heels.

    The Gold Bat

  • A truculent-looking warrior in one of those ear-guards which are tied on by strings underneath the chin, and which add fifty per cent to the ferocity of a forward's appearance, broke away with the ball at his feet, and swept down the field with the rest of the pack at his heels.

    The Gold Bat

  • A truculent-looking warrior in one of those ear-guards which are tied on by strings underneath the chin, and which add fifty per cent to the ferocity of a forward's appearance, broke away with the ball at his feet, and swept down the field with the rest of the pack at his heels.

    The Gold Bat

  • He was a little, truculent-looking man, and his face at present was red with a flush that sat unnaturally on a normally lead-colored face.

    Something New

  • ‘A very truculent-looking fellow, ’ he whispered to Mannering; ‘but, as Dogberry says, I’ll go cunningly to work with him.

    Chapter LVI

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