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a.1.Furnished with a dewlap.
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Bardwell, in a way, started it by quoting from Thoreau; but it was old Trefethan, bald-headed and dewlapped, who took up the quotation and for the hour to come was romance incarnate.
In The Hills, Watching': Among the nerved grass, thrones,/dominions of grass, in chokecherry dewlapped hills,/hills buffalo-shouldered with shag of pulsed heat, meek hills,/sandhills of rose-hip and aster, in the philanthropic silence/the frail piston of all,/in hill heat, lying down in the nearness of deer.