In both conditions a considerable swelling of the dewlap may be noticed in the later stages.
The chief peculiarity of the animal is its lack of a dewlap.
There must be no loose skin, such as dewlap, etc., in this region.
Put setons, or rowels in the dewlap, so as to have a dependent opening.
His despotic coolness provoked her to an outcry and weeping: she repeated, 'dewlap!
Then what sense is there in blistering, bleeding, and inserting setons in the dewlap?
He was very fat, with a shaven, swarthy face and the dewlap of an ox.
The dewlap is very slightly extensible, and but little developed.
In doing so he noticed for the first time Dick's stitches in the hound's dewlap and shoulders.
The American practice of branding cattle by making a cut in the neck is known as a "dewlap brand."
mid-14c., dewe lappe, from lappe "loose piece" (Old English læppa), first element of unknown origin or meaning. Originally of cattle.