paw[ paw ]SEE DEFINITION OF paw
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PAW
Rechid was only their cat's-paw, thinking he played his own hand.
Before, he had looked like a giant; now Wahb felt he could crush him with one paw.
At this, with one sweep of his sword, Hugh struck at the cat's paw.
The creature comes to the tree by night, inserts his paw, and grasps his booty.
He placed his paw on one, and its movements were accelerated.
Its ear and its paw are like that of a mouse, and it has a very lively eye.
He will carry a basket, and will catch a ball, and he will give you his paw.
Well, you could have blown me and Jonadab over with a cat's-paw.
They've got no harbour there at all with a cat's paw of a breeze, let alone a northwester.
Alas, that first pair of the six— They paw the ground—Ah Walter!