Sniffing at his dead feet whined a mangy
Betty, your husband told me, as we came out of church, that your hogs were getting mangy
, and so I have been out to take a look at them, and found it true.
Presently when Tom was describing another mangy
, rough deck passenger, he give that shiver again and says:
The great numbers on their backs, as if they were street doors; their coarse mangy
ungainly outer surface, as if they were lower animals; their ironed legs, apologetically garlanded with pocket-handkerchiefs; and the way in which all present looked at them and kept from them; made them (as Herbert had said) a most disagreeable and degraded spectacle.
If the bye we never had is strayed and stole, by the powers, call him Phelan, and see him hide out under the bed like a mangy
thing, lifting its nose to scent the jungle breeze, crept through the underbrush.
It would naturally have been impossible in that noisome cavern of a jail, with its mangy
crowd of drunken, quarrelsome, and song-singing rapscallions.
The saviour, the former hero, was flying like a mangy
, unkempt sheep-dog at his lackey, and the lackey was jeering at him!
Snagsby in his black coat; come the Chadbands; come (when the gorging vessel is replete) the 'prentices and Guster, to be edified; comes at last, with his slouching head, and his shuflle backward, and his shuffle forward, and his shuffle to the right, and his shuffle to the left, and his bit of fur cap in his muddy hand, which he picks as if it were some mangy
bird he had caught and was plucking before eating raw, Jo, the very, very tough subject Mr.
This the famed gondola and this the gorgeous gondolier!--the one an inky, rusty old canoe with a sable hearse-body clapped on to the middle of it, and the other a mangy
, barefooted guttersnipe with a portion of his raiment on exhibition which should have been sacred from public scrutiny.
Behind the man, cunning and crafty, crept an old and mangy
Lean from sickness, her skin mangy
with the dry scales of the disease called bukua, she was tied hand and foot and, like a pig, slung from a stout pole that rested on the shoulders of the bearers, who intended to dine off of her.