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“We are playing follow-my-leader, Mr Growler; so if he goes we all must go, remember,” cried one of the boys.
DIGBY HEATHCOTEW.H.G. KINGSTON
A "growler" is a colloquial term applied to icebergs of small mass, which therefore only show a small portion above the surface.
The growler of the party got the floor and chaff bags, as selfish men mostly do—without seeming to try for it either.
OVER THE SLIPRAILSHENRY LAWSON
Growler turned on me a glance filled with mistrust, and making a dive, tried to shoot several bolts.
After getting inside he got scared and forced his way out by knocking down Growler.
It was this callous act that turned all David's mirth to woe, and drove us weeping to our growler.
All the way home he sobbed in the darkest corner of the growler, and if I tried to comfort him he struck me.
It seems, however, that you are providing a living for a man who is a chronic growler and opposed to you.
RODNEY, THE RANGERJOHN V. LANE
One of the most remarkable habits of this fish is that from which it has received the name of Growler.
They had just returned from the hop-country, and their money was well poised for another "shot at the growler."

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