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venomous-looking

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  • And two venomous-looking craft they were, as they shot through the short chopping sea upon some forty oars apiece, stretching their long sword-fish snouts over the water, as if snuffing for their prey.

    Westward Ho!

  • We had every variety of craft to guard us, from the mighty battle-ship and swift cruiser to the converted yachts and the frail, venomous-looking torpedo-boats.

    The Rough Riders

  • They were of all sizes, some of great length, black and venomous-looking.

    Adventures in Southern Seas A Tale of the Sixteenth Century

  • The air was positively venomous-looking, and grew colder every minute.

    The song of the lark

  • The air was positively venomous-looking, and grew colder every minute.

    The Song of the Lark by Willa Cather

  • This gentleman was further distinguished by wearing a muzzle, and by the fact that his leader carried a venomous-looking whip.

    Jan A Dog and a Romance

  • The air was positively venomous-looking, and grew colder every minute.

    The Song of the Lark

  • Once a battalion of the pale venomous-looking crabs rattled across the terrace, and Rachael, who was masculine in naught but her intellect, screamed and flung herself into

    The Conqueror

  • We had every variety of craft to guard us, from the mighty battle-ship and swift cruiser to the converted yachts and the frail, venomous-looking torpedo-boats.

    II. To Cuba

  • And two venomous-looking craft they were, as they shot through the short chopping sea upon some forty oars apiece, stretching their long sword-fish snouts over the water, as if snuffing for their prey.

    Great Sea Stories

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