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pounced

Decorated with indentations or perforations.
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He didn't need to be told what caused my excitement, for the instant he was awake he, too, heard the long-hoped for click, and with a whoop of delight pounced upon the instrument.
After a considerable search, he found that worthy gentleman contemplating the sufferings of an injured rodent he had pounced upon.
Before he could regain them, however, his white-skinned foe had wheeled and pounced upon him, and in the act there dropped from the shoulders of the English lord the last shred of his superficial mantle of civilization.
Phil pounced impertinently on the card that fell from it, read the name and the poetical quotation written on the back.
It was then that they came out of their lairs and pounced upon one from the dark wherein they lurked invisible.
But no thing of fear pounced out, and when he had gained the inside he scouted carefully around, looking at it and finding it not.
But when he came there the Lion simply pounced on the Ass, and said to the Fox: "Here is our dinner for to-day.
As she passed a low table a small green grasshopper caught her eye, and instantly Billina pounced upon it and snapped it up in her sharp bill.
She looked as if she repented coming when Gilbert answered her knock; but Anne flew past him, pounced on her, and drew her in.
I threw it on the ground and the dog pounced on it.
Pounced The U's continued to threaten after the break.
Jack Dunn hit the bar before Adam Morgan made it 2-1 to the Reds reserves when he pounced on a mistake by Will Keane and beat Ben Amos.