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  • A queer sadness permeated the house for months after and the old man would suck on the dog-bitten teeth and curse both DeValera's: man and dog.

    mad dogs and irishmen

  • Of a night I see the black powder darkening the silent streets, and the contorted bodies shrouded in that layer; they rise upon me tattered and dog-bitten.

    The War of The Worlds

  • But I was exhausted and dog-bitten, and so I said, "No."

    John Hodgman's brief digression

  • The shine had returned to the boy's cheeks, and his dog-bitten arm no longer appeared puffy and stiff.

    Hoot

  • At the dog-bitten Swinomish Indian Center near La Conner, there is a forty-foot totem pole the top figure of which is Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

    Another Roadside Attraction

  • The thought of the fisherman with his dog-bitten face was repulsive to her.

    Tess of the Storm Country

  • "madstone," at a distance from where the boy was dog-bitten.

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • “madstone,” at a distance from where the boy was dog-bitten.

    The Lincoln Story Book

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