badger

[ baj-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF badger

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When the boy had gone Faust came forth from his hiding like a badger.

So they played the game of "Badger in the Bag," kicking it around the hall.

It would surprise you to know how many of them badger and threaten us.

One of the horses lunged forward, stumbling in a badger hole.

You've got a face like a child, and yet you're as grey as a badger.

The badger kept on, until he heard the crackling of the burning twigs.

By-and-by, when the badger got well, he went to see the hare, to have it out with him.

A light coat of this mixture is laid on the wood with a badger's brush, while a little warm, and the oil will speedily evaporate.

Captain Obed volunteered to accompany them to the hotel and to the store of Mr. Badger.

Wish my tongue was as soothin'-syrupy as that Mr. Badger's is.

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