The yapping cur was still at Korak's heels leading the searchers unerringly in pursuit.
These startling announcements filled the blacks with a combination of terror and rage; but, seeing no foe in evidence they were enabled to permit their rage to get the better of their terror, and so the leaders, pushed on by those behind them, ran rapidly around the hut in the direction of the yapping of the mangy cur.
His progress must of necessity be slow since not even the keen-eared curs of the savages must guess the presence of a stranger within the gates.
But with the girl on his shoulder Korak could not both run and fight to advantage, and the result was that before he had covered half the distance to the tree a score of native curs attracted by the yelping of their mate and the yells and shouts of their masters had closed in upon the fleeing white man, snapping at his legs and at last succeeding in tripping him.
had broken his every pledge and was leaving us there to our fates.
From a pedigreed yellow pup I grew up to be an anonymous yellow cur
looking like a cross between an Angora cat and a box of lemons.
And that queer white cur
with the brown ear seems to be leaping and barking in ineffectual remonstrance with the wheel; perhaps he is jealous because his playfellow in the beaver bonnet is so rapt in its movement.
Dirty, ill-looking, scowling men; dirty, slovenly, and wickedly ugly women; children to match, snarling, filthy little curs
, with a ready beggar's whine on occasion.
S e seann argamaid chumhang th' ann gum bu choir cur
as do Bheurla le bhith a' cur
Gaidhlig air a muin.
But I would rather them, than deal with the low-life curs
who would steal starving dogs' bowls.
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BAT REM HIS CON WUD CUR
SAD BEN WIM HOT OMS HUN CAW TED RIB DIN BOW TUM RAH SEC HEW TIC ROD BUS MAN