Far off through the trees he can hear the wail of the wounded molossian.
The great molossian hound that stood watch was barking and snapping.
Aristophanes speaks of molossian dogs that were kept to frighten off adulterers.
The city has looked out on many battles, from the overthrow of the molossian to the overthrow of the Swabian.
On a large grazing estate it is rare for the molossian to be silent.
And behold, these hounds proved to be the children of that molossian who, through the poet's interference, had died unavenged!
Something more than instinct appears to inspire the molossian.
Basil turned upon the newcomer who had paused when his gaze fell upon the molossian.
I was too fond a disciple of Saint Hubert not to recognise the bay of a long-eared molossian.
One of the king's big molossian hounds once strayed into this place, and the natives promptly killed and ate her.