Then I heard the pattering of their feet, and they came round me by tens and by twenties, and fawned
and, at the same time, a dog, which be recognised to be Fangs, jumped up and fawned
They did not attack my men, but wagged their great tails, fawned
upon them, and rubbed their noses lovingly against them.
When Ulysses reached the lawn, in front of the palace, the lions and other savage animals came bounding to meet him, and would have fawned
upon him and licked his feet.
One mild morning in the beginning of November, it happened that I was standing outside the portico patting lazy old Caesar, a Newfoundland almost blind with age, the only dog that ever took any notice of me--for the very dogs shunned me, and fawned
on the happier people about me--when the groom brought up my brother's horse which was to carry him to the hunt, and my brother himself appeared at the door, florid, broad-chested, and self-complacent, feeling what a good-natured fellow he was not to behave insolently to us all on the strength of his great advantages.
Three days later my friend came to call, and at his heels slobbered and fawned
one of the finest bull-terriers--of the old-fashioned breed, two parts bull and one terrier--that I had ever set eyes on.