That jackal has enchanted him, so that he must deem well done all that is done by him.
I could take you to the place,” said the Jackal, “but it is across the river, and I cannot swim.
The Jackal does not like to get even the tip of his tail wet.
But the Jackal hid in the high cane, and the farmer could not find him.
Do not do that,” exclaimed the Jackal, “for I shall get wet and be drowned.
As far back as we can see, Hathor is a cow, and Horus a hawk, and Anubis a jackal.
You might as well expect the lion to come to rescue a deer attacked by a jackal.
The moon rose—a jackal crossed a field within a few yards of us.
The jackal lapped the courser's blood, and moaned with exquisite delight.
The word "jackal" is Persian, and the jackal is allied to the dog, the wolf, and the fox.