"There you go, comparing us to a bunch of tomcats," chuckled Frank.
Just like all tomcats, every once in a while he has to stretch his claws and yowl.
Tomcats—the beastly ones with lecherous eyes that looked at you.
Sufferin' tomcats, but them fellers has their nerve, aber nit.
The sounds of the latter instruments resemble most the cries of a pugnacious conclave of tomcats on the rampage at midnight.
It was the dingiest collection of shabby buildings ever squeezed together in a dark corner as a club for tomcats.
The Tomcats pregnant purpose formed the night before was in no sort abated; it had grown more clear and strong with the hours.
It struck Mr. Kelly that the extravagance of the Tomcats remark multiplied the insult it conveyed.
Indeed, the current of the Tomcats blood-desires found itself deflected.
It was the Tomcats vision of fame; rude, bloody, criminal, but natural for the man and the day and the land it grew among.