Ugly as the situation is, I like to think of this biting of the biter.
It certainly was a narrow escape, and it may be said that the “biter was nearly bit.”
The “boxer,” the “biter,” the “hugger,” are the most conspicuous.
It's biter bit, and I don't pity you one mossel; it sarves you right.
Was he not avenged on the highwayman at last, seeing that the biter was bitten!
Here is the biter bit, and it were to be more than human not to smile!
Like many outspoken people, he passed for a barker and not a biter.
Indras, as an ant, is the wounder, the biter of the serpent.
So while he stood there and watched, Biter went for the water.
Thus are the poor biters bitten, like every other biter, big or little, in the world's great family.