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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.
When we were boys, Who would believe that there were mountaineers, Dewlapped like bulls, whose throats had hanging at 'em Wallets of flesh?
Tracing the 'pedigree' of the expression 'hang-dog look', Shannon dispels jowly images: the term 'contemplates a condemned dog, not a dewlapped one' (p.