whisker


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Synonyms for whisker

Synonyms for whisker

a long stiff hair growing from the snout or brow of most mammals as e

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furnish with whiskers

References in classic literature ?
Red Whisker made his salad (I wondered how they could eat it.
She received my attentions with favour; but whether on my account solely, or because she had any designs on Red Whisker, I can't say.
As he stopped dead, Mr Lammle, making that gingerous bush of his whiskers to look out of, offered him the word 'Destiny.
As he wiped his dripping whiskers in an ogreish way, he met her eyes, and pausing, said, with no very gentle voice:
His presence was a chill, and Whiskers and Fatty instinctively drew together for protection against the unguessed threat of him.
sneered the terrible one, with such dreadfulness of menace as to cause Whiskers and Fatty involuntarily to close their hands down on their cave-man's weapons.
I do not think"--said Samuel Whiskers, pausing to take a look at Tom Kitten--"I do NOT think it will be a good pudding.
Samuel Whiskers and his wife on the run, with big bundles on a little wheel-barrow, which looked very like mine.
Then the Soldier with the Green Whiskers led them through the inner gate and they at once found themselves in the main street of the magnificent Emerald City.
So Jack dismounted, with much difficulty, and a servant led the Saw-Horse around to the rear while the Soldier with the Green Whiskers escorted the Pumpkinhead into the palace, by the front entrance.
Then he will soon be free again," replied the Soldier with the Green Whiskers.
Italian bookkeeping," said the gentleman of the gray whiskers ironically.
Guph was so delighted that he forgot all the smarting caused by the pins and the pulling of whiskers.
At these words he rose, and put off his frock-coat and cravat, went towards a table on which lay his son's toilet articles, lathered his face, took a razor, and, with a firm hand, cut off the compromising whiskers.
The next morning the soldier with the green whiskers came to the Scarecrow and said: