So positive was she that the cave-man had died beneath arrow and club, that she did not dream she had been on the verge of rescue.
A cave-man could wound an animal with a spear, but he could not give a deadly blow.
When we rewrite this sentence we have, Millions of modern men do live more miserably than the cave-man lived.
From the tough sinews of the large animals, every cave-man made his own thread.
Far off in the native jungle the cave-man moaned, and shut his eyes and turned his face to the wall of his cave.
That is why, I suppose, you brought your cave-man method into play?
"You," Wotar said quietly, crooking a long forefinger at the cave-man.
Mr. Mix gave her a look which was a throwback to his cave-man ancestry.
All suggestion of the "cave-man from the backwoods," as Lady Arabella had termed him, was gone.
So we have our complete predicate, Has not diminished since the day of the cave-man.