And how nicely can doggish lust beg for a piece of spirit, when a piece of flesh is denied it!
He stood in front of it with almost a doggish snarl on his lips.
The plume of his tail began to wave; his jaws stretched wide in a doggish smile.
Next he "asked" for it in doggish fashion, by loudly barking.
She heard Breed's lonely cry and answered it, and an hour later she was frisking about him with doggish enthusiasm.
Huz evidently approved this last sentiment, for he gambolled around the group, doing his doggish best to please.
He seemed to be racking his doggish brain as to the best method of reaching her.
Yes, that is a pretty bit of mine about Hamlet, and I think I must surely be a little pathetic sometimes, in a doggish way.
In his doggish mind he could not see why Mr. Stagg did not like him; he approved of Mr. Stagg very much indeed.
Mr. Pickwick, who came to fawn upon him, the same being his doggish custom of a morning, found Richard tolerant but abstracted.