I heard her snarl from behind the wooden door.
She heard the beastly snarl and caught the blurred mass of darkness, punctuated only by two flashes of silver, as Rhyn flew by her.
She nestled herself comfortably in Dorothy's lap until the kitten gave a snarl of jealous anger and leaped up with a sharp claw fiercely bared to strike Billina a blow.
"I can," Martha answered with a snarl in her voice.
"I distinctly remember buying everything in your collection," she said, a snarl of firmness in her voice.
The respectable mediocrity of Chapelain might misapprehend him; the lesser geniuses of Scudery and Mairet might feel alarm at his advent; the envious Claverets and D'Aubignacs might snarl and scribble.
Shipton's ax bit the ice scarcely a foot below Dean as the man glared up at him, a snarl on his face.
Suddenly I felt my bed shake, and a wolf seemed to spring on me and snarl in my face.
Martha gave her husband a searing snarl and reminded him it was Howie's life and not ours.
He knew the return trip would be far different, crawling his way back in the snarl of rush hour.
She said it with a snarl, and then dropped her eyes.
Then, she added with a snarl, "Yet."
"Get the hell out of my inn," he said with a snarl, finally getting the detective's attention.
We are disposed to agree with the Brazilian historian Constancio that Maranon is derived from the Spanish word marana, a tangle, a snarl, which well represents the bewildering difficulties which the earlier explorers met in navigating not only the entrance to the Amazon, but the whole island-bordered, river-cut and indented coast of the now Brazilian province of Maranhao.