Right among the yelping, snarling pack he had fallen, and in sheer desperation he struck out right and left.
"Black Bruin" by Clarence Hawkes
The tiger was frightened and angry, and he growled and snarled, until you would have thought he was back in the jungle again.
"Tum Tum, the Jolly Elephant" by Richard Barnum
Then came a snarling report of guns * * * and on the ground before him lay a crumpled heap.
"Shelled by an Unseen Foe" by James Fiske
But you can see the snarl just as you can see the Sphinx's smile.
"Riviera Towns" by Herbert Adams Gibbons
Shane turned on the fawning Sicilian with a snarl.
"The Wind Bloweth" by Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
The Russian showed his teeth in a beast-like snarl.
"The Grell Mystery" by Frank Froest
His lips drew into a snarl of hate as his glance once more sought the face of the woman.
"Prairie Flowers" by James B. Hendryx
A fierce howling had arisen, followed by a snarling and a snapping which caused the hearts of both boys to beat violently.
"For the Liberty of Texas" by Edward Stratemeyer
The air was filled with the cracking of gunfire and the deep, savage snarling of the prowlers.
"Space Prison" by Tom Godwin
When they see that they cannot get at the Master they begin snarling.
"Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 158, April 28, 1920" by Various
Hunger, misery, strife and pain,
Hoping, knowing hopes were in vain,
Striving snarling, trusting to
The brute in us to see us through.
"God! How I've Wearied For The Spring" by Joseph Corrie
Oft rebuffed by “super’s” snarling,
When I asked him for a “show”,
On that long tramp to the Darling
In the days of long ago;
"To a Pair of Blucher Boots" by Henry Lawson
And toy with him in amorous jests, and when
he turns, and snarls, and gnaws,
O smite him with your jasper claws! and bruise
him with your agate breasts!
"The Sphinx" by Oscar Wilde
Perhaps he shows a pathway to the just,
Beside which other paths look snarled and curled,
Or keeps an entrance to the underworld,
Invisible in superficial dust.
"Pont Du Carrousel" by Rainer Maria Rilke
Snarling complete in the joy of a weasel
With an elk's horned heart in his stomach
Looking straight into the eternal
Blue, where he hauls his kind. I would have it all
"For The Last Wolverine" by James Dickey
I know the softly shining sea
That rolls this gentle swell
Has snarled and licked its tongues at me
And bared its fangs as well;
That 'neath its smile so heavenly,
There lurks the scowl of hell!
"On A Sea Wall" by Paul Laurence Dunbar
All patterns need a snarl.
Behind the snarl of CM Punk.
520 bridge closure, Sounders playoff game to snarl weekend traffic.
Protest expected to snarl LAX traffic the day before Thanksgiving.
Pink, the snarling little pop -star-who-could.
Farnborough is for flying, but a combination of near-Biblical flooding and Olympic-size bureaucratic snarls have cut down the roster of performers.
A Feisty Start-Up Is Met With Regulatory Snarl.
Even the thick snarl of Chris Colohan of Cursed couldn't save an album full of too-similar songs.
A gas leak snarled lunchtime traffic in the Midway District on May 1.
Semi vs SUV Wreck Snarls Traffic.
Semi vs SUV Wreck Snarls Traffic.
Local heavy metal scene still snarling after all these years.
A pair of non-injury crashes snarled state Highway 500 at Stapleton Road Friday morning.
President Obama's trip to Portland and Seattle won't mean much to Northwest residents – except for traffic snarls and delays.
VDOT apologizes for traffic snarl .