his prey

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  • But at the last moment he thought that he would miss his prey. Cited from Phineas Finn, by Anthony Trollope
  • When he got to his prey he found him not quite in the state expected. Cited from Punch, Vol. 152, March 7, 1917, Ed. by Sir Owen Seaman
  • Rather than let go of his prey, he will be drawn to the surface. Cited from Within the Deep, by R. Cadwallader Smith
  • The fight is won and he is returning home with his prey over his arm.
  • He never looked back, but went like a hunter with his prey before him. Cited from Audrey, by Mary Johnston
  • He must keep that rock between himself and his prey and he must get to it without a sound. Cited from Snake and Sword, by Percival Christopher Wren
  • And three hours later he came up with his prey. Cited from The Way of the Wild, by F. St. Mars
  • But how often does the bird return without his prey! Cited from Social Life in the Insect World, by J. H. Fabre
  • This was really too much: was he going to lose his prey? Cited from Georges Guynemer, by Henry Bordeaux
  • He sits beside a big black stone at high-water mark waiting for his prey. Cited from The Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead, Vol. 1, by Frazer
  • Peter slowly got his body raised and his knees drawn under him, and reached for his prey. Cited from Greenmantle, by John Buchan
  • And in the morning he was hardly able to use it when he flew off after his prey. Cited from Tales of the Wilderness, by Boris Pilniak (pseud.)
  • But us of the old stock he claims as his prey. Cited from The Path of the King, by John Buchan
  • Now he understood at least that these strangers had come between him and his prey. Cited from The Refugees, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • If he cannot approach near enough to blow a hole in his prey, he does not fire. Cited from The Forest, by Stewart Edward White
  • The flies will enter soon, and then he will be looking for his prey. Cited from The Bravo, by J. Fenimore Cooper
  • If he failed to get his prey, his rush carried him past his opponent into safety. Cited from History of the World War, by Francis A. March and Richard J. Beamish
  • This truth appears from the animal's efforts not to let his prey escape destruction. Cited from Myth and Science, by Tito Vignoli
  • No one that observed it would fail to make it his prey. Cited from Arthur Mervyn, by Charles Brockden Brown
  • The forest-monarch, held at bay, Will turn and spring upon his prey! Cited from Poems, by George P. Morris
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