tigress


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tigress

a female tiger
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Meriem stopped short in her tracks, listening again, and sniffing--more than ever the tigress; alert, ready.
She fought like a tigress, but I took my free hand and pushed her head back--I imagine that I had suddenly turned brute, that I had gone back a thousand million years, and was again a veritable cave man taking my mate by force--and then I kissed that beautiful mouth again and again.
She was a tigress then--a primitive savage female defending her loved one.
Like a tigress she fought to free herself, or to detain her captor until the rescue party should catch up with them, but the scoundrel was muscled like a bull, and when the girl held back he lifted her across his shoulder and broke into a run.
So-al was a mighty fine-looking girl, built like a tigress as to strength and sinuosity, but withal sweet and womanly.
Alleyne stared open-eyed at this tigress who had sprung so suddenly to his rescue.
Though you stand there with your white face and flashing eyes, looking at me like a very tigress, I know the heart within you perhaps a trifle better than you know it yourself.'
But, imbued from her childhood with a brooding sense of wrong, and an inveterate hatred of a class, opportunity had developed her into a tigress. She was absolutely without pity.
Like a tigress the girl turned upon him, striking him, and thrusting him away.
Silently, but with the quickness of a tigress the old woman was upon her back, one clawlike paw grasping the wrist which held the dagger.
This tigress identified as Rani gave birth to healthy cubs at Pilikula Biological Park.
WATCH: UST's Dimdim Pacres shows us what's in her bag !-- -- Luisa Morales (philstar.com) - March 27, 2019 - 1:45pm MANILA, Philippines -- After a heartbreaking loss at the hands of the Ateneo Lady Eagles last Wednesday, the UST Golden Tigresses are eager to bounce back.