Jimbo sat behind me, and patted me on the back with his heavy tomahawk of a paw.
They decide to adopt a stray cat, paw paw, in the hopes that it will fill the void in their relationship.
But there are some compelling reasons to view the advantages that ruling gave the GOP in 2010 as something of a monkey's paw.
First one paw and then another relaxed, until, with a thud, the coati and iguana struck the ground together both stone-dead.
Before, he had looked like a giant; now Wahb felt he could crush him with one paw.
In revenge, and by one stroke of his paw, he tore open the body of the mare, and retired.
The creature comes to the tree by night, inserts his paw, and grasps his booty.
All the other toys glanced toward the toy at which the China Cat pointed with one paw.
Its ear and its paw are like that of a mouse, and it has a very lively eye.
Herculês awoke, and with the paw of his lion-skin overwhelmed the whole host, and carried them captive to King Eurystheus.
c.1300, from Old French powe, poe "paw, fist," of uncertain origin. Evidence points to a Gallo-Romance root form *pauta which probably is related to the source of patten.
"use the hands roughly," c.1600, from paw (n.). Related: Pawed; pawing. Middle English had pawen "to touch or strike with the paw" (c.1400).
An extended version of PAW with a Motif human interface.