When the light was turned out, the pariah dog got up stealthily and crept much nearer to the Loulia.
A pariah dog ate the bread I soaked in it, and died before he could yelp.
A Hindu widow is thought much less of than a pariah dog; she is the most pitiable object on earth.
Dicky lighted a cigarette and tossed a comfit at a pariah dog.
In India the idea of using the pariah dog for the purpose of smelling out buried bodies has been often put forward.
They prepared a bait by tying a strong hook underneath the body of a pariah dog.
The howl of a pariah dog, the hoot of an owl, became so many questions—all directed toward me—all demanding an answer for my sins.
There were no domesticated animals about their place: strange to say, not even a pariah dog.
The pariah dog is generally mangy, scaly, starved, and half mad when he is not actually snapping.
Doves come and flutter and coo above us, and a pariah dog prowls round timidly.