It was an ignoble love, tigerish and animal, which would evanesce long before her youth and beauty had faded away.
He put his hand over the tigerish pain that was beginning to reach his heart.
Grant saw a tigerish gleam of triumph in the others eyes as his right hand whipped back to the holster on his hip.
She turned on him with a tigerish glare in her splendid eyes.
There was a tigerish note in the utterance of this horrible paean which might well have made the white spectators shudder.
And he doubled his right fist and raised it like a hammer, with a tigerish roar.
For just an instant the horse crouched low and waited—then shot into the air with a tigerish bound and fell stiff-legged.
His tremendous strength was no less astounding than his tigerish agility.
For once her efforts were baffled and she met a resistance which all the tigerish ferocity of her nature could not overcome.
Then slowly his eyes kindled into the tawny gleam of a tigerish light.