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They 'doctored' some rabbit paunches with strychnine cunningly enough, and laid them seductively in the field.
LIVES OF THE FUR FOLKM. D. HAVILAND
Though they had nothing in their paunches but water yet they were all very fat.
Both have small paunches, and talk rapidly, with emphatic gestures of their hands, features and bodies.
In summer, when rabbit-paunches will not keep on account of the weather, a little valerian root is used as a bait.
THE BOOK OF CATSCHARLES H. ROSS
Then drooping their venerable heads upon their priestly paunches, they would snore.
The best filled paunches cannot resist them; deflating little by little, they make the heaviest light.
The bladders, or paunches, of slain animals are very generally used as water vessels.
Crammed to the brim, greatly pleased with themselves, the hussars strummed on their paunches: "'Tis so much gained!"
All the huge paunches and bosoms held their breath, waiting till Florent should disappear from sight.
Boiled (or raw) paunches make a splendid food for dogs, and have great nutritive value.
SPORTING DOGSFRANK TOWNEND BARTON

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION