Others may have taken them for dewlaps, but I knew better; they were poison sacs.
In the valleys, while summer lasts, the red Devon kine stand amid luxuriant grasses which rise to their dewlaps.
There are heavy bags under his eyes, dewlaps at his mouth-corners, and deep seams across his clean-shaved face.
Both breeds were large and heavy, with pendulous ears and thick throats with dewlaps.
The neck should be small, thin, and tapering toward the head, but thickening when it approaches the shoulder; the dewlaps small.
The bulls and cows likewise have dewlaps hanging down almost to the ground.
In the first place, her ladyship has a pampered coachman, with a red face, and cheeks that hang down like dewlaps.