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"The great apes!" he growled. "They dance the Dum-Dum.
Low growls rumbled from the bottom of his deep chest-- growls of excited anticipation.
From the lips of the ape-man broke a rumbling growl of warning.
Only when angry do I utter my fearful, ear-splitting, soul-shuddering growl. Also, when I am angry, my eyes flash fire, whether I growl or not."
Then Jip, still fast asleep, began to growl again and his lip curled up angrily, showing his clean, white teeth.
I was looking at her with pleasure and admiration, when suddenly the growl swelled into a roar again, and a frightful bumping noise was heard above, as if a giant with a wooden leg were trying to bore it through the ceiling to come to us.
With a growl the ape-man picked up a fallen branch and hurled it at the skulking brute.
Again he paused, and again the Grand Gallipoot growled:
He could make a louder rasping growl than any of them.
His face was partly averted, but his keen gray eyes never left those of Taug, and as he came, his growls increased in depth and volume.
However, being well filled, he contented himself with walking round the terror-stricken savage, emitting low, menacing growls the while he kept his flaming, baleful eyes riveted upon the black.
Sikes spoke in the very harshest key of a very harsh voice; but, appearing to entertain some unaccountable objection to having his throat cut, he remained where he was, and growled more fiercely than before: at the same time grasping the end of the poker between his teeth, and biting at it like a wild beast.