Toward the shaven monk who trudged along with his cowl tilted back and the sweat washing down his fat jowls
, the coal-burner was deeply reverent; to the gentleman he was abject; with the small farmer and the free mechanic he was cordial and gossipy; and when a slave passed by with a counte- nance respectfully lowered, this chap's nose was in the air -- he couldn't even see him.
Like well-schooled terriers, they paced the corridors with us, but I could not help but note the lathering jowls
, nor the hungry expressions with which they eyed Tars Tarkas and myself.
But that my bullet took effect was evident from the howl of rage and pain that broke from the frothing jowls
Another warning growl vibrated the heavy jowls
, and the king of beasts turned majestically about and paced slowly up the trail into the dense reeds.
Sweat rolled down his bullet head and stood upon his heavy jowls
and bull neck.
The man watched the slow approach of the monster, the slavering jowls
, the malignant expression of the devilish face.
Paddy, grown sleek and handsome again, was sitting on the stone itself, washing his jowls
His lips were flecked with foam, and saliva drooled from his jowls
And he rubbed my hand over the cold nose and jowls
of a dog.
Thus whether she received the Reverend Saunders McNitre, the Scotch divine; or the Reverend Luke Waters, the mild Wesleyan; or the Reverend Giles Jowls
, the illuminated Cobbler, who dubbed himself Reverend as Napoleon crowned himself Emperor--the household, children, tenantry of my Lady Southdown were expected to go down on their knees with her Ladyship, and say Amen to the prayers of either Doctor.
So the unwilling prelate was dragged away, cheek by jowl
, with the half-cooked venison upon the back of his own horse; and Robin and his band took charge of the whole company and led them through the forest glades till they came to an open space near Barnesdale.
The appearance of the Admiral, on the other hand, was rosy, and flabby, and moist; his jowl
hung over his shirt collar, his smile was loose and wandering, and he had so far relaxed the natural control of his eyes, that one of them was aimed inward, as if to watch the growth of the carbuncle.