Pounce Sentence Examples
The cat was staring hard at the mouse, as if ready to pounce.
Cats love to pounce on slow-falling bags.
They've seen the future and are ready to pounce.
Rather than spinning webs, these catlike spiders stalk and pounce on their prey, their leaps reaching distances of up to 16 times their own length.
They will get ready to pounce on their fellow cats, other animal house mates such as a long suffering dog, or even a handy human leg if nothing else of interest presents itself.Advertisement
In the wild, the cat would be preparing to pounce on prey.
Jonny looked confused and uneasy, while Darian looked like he was ready to pounce.
Jenn rose warily, expecting the Others to pounce.
Once you have found an interesting guy do n't pounce on him straight away, take things nice ' n ' slow.
Her gaze again went to Jade, who looked ready to pounce.Advertisement
It's during the off-season that you'll want to pounce on all those great sales as this will help to ensure that you get the best price possible.
He waited to hear an engine start, ready to pounce.
He guided the horse with his legs, testing its sluggish responsiveness as the attackers prepared to pounce.
She wasn't so certain she and Xander had a chance, though, especially with Jonny waiting to pounce.
The room full of vamps was ready to pounce on the fledgling god.Advertisement
The mention of Wynn was almost enough for her to pounce, but she resisted.
Major Brady was staring hard at the doctor, as if ready to pounce if he raised the adrenaline charge gun again.
His wiry body was honed and ready to pounce, his golden eyes taking in the world around him with wary curiosity.
She also sensed his turmoil, a moment of insecurity that made her want to pounce for the win.
Alex eyed him distastefully, every muscle in his body tense, as if ready to pounce on Rob.Advertisement
Then it would pounce, pummeled me into the sodden ground.
Howard wanted to resign or sensed that he had no choice because ambitious rivals were waiting to pounce in the aftermath of another defeat.
Don't dangle your fingers and encourage your cat to pounce.
He leaned back in a chair across from her with muscular, feline grace, managing to appear both at ease and ready to pounce.
To avoid making a regrettable error and getting a travel trailer you don't like, it's best to research and then pounce.Advertisement
The movement triggers his predatory instincts, and he's sure to pounce on his "prey" in no time, only to find it has escaped his grasp.
Amongst the threads, which entangle the wings and legs of intercepted prey, the spiders are perfectly at home and can pounce on the struggling victim at once if it be small and harmless or keep at a respectful distance, checking all efforts at escape, if it be poisonous or strong.
It has been claimed that the resemblance between some of the Oriental tree-shrews of the genus Tupaia and squirrels comes under the category of aggressive mimicry, the tupaias being enabled by their likeness to approach and pounce upon small birds or other animals which, mistaking them for the vegetable-feeding squirrels, make no effort to get out of the way.
If you see a cat that is crouched low to the ground with his rear end wiggling, chances are he is getting ready to pounce.
In the early days of movies with sound, westerns, comedies, and dramas ruled the cinematic roost, but the horror movie was there, lurking in the shadows and waiting for the perfect moment to pounce on unsuspecting moviegoers.
Because this movie focuses on a darker, scarier Batman, the Batman Begins video game uses a fear tactic system to intimidate your foes before you pounce.
Babies are wired for doing lots of imitation, and they should pounce on the opportunity to exchange coos, stinging tongues out and doing the usual baby-parent routine.