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He certainly has not treed, there is neither earth nor hollow to hide him, and yet the scent has gone!
Once we tried to walk on the ground, but were treed by a miserable hyena, who followed along underneath.
BEFORE ADAMJACK LONDON
They pranced around the mast and showered me with oaths, for all the world like a lot of howling dogs which had treed a cat.
RICHARD CARVEL, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL
First a scorching, then put to soak, after which comes another hot experience, and now treed by a flood!
From the cedars rang the thrilling, blending chorus of bays that told of a treed lion.
The lion ran straight up the slope and treed again under the wall.
High in the branches I saw a great mass of yellow, and at first glance thought Sounder had treed old Sultan.
Two full-grown lions to be kept treed without hounds, without a companion, without a gun.
Presently a chorus of bays, emphasized by Jones' yell, told me his lion had treed again.
Haught finally rode to the edge of a ridge and espied Bill under a pine in which the hounds had treed a bear.

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