“I don't think anyone quite understands how it gets resolved,” he said with trace of hangdog sadness.
He was renowned for his violent pedigree, although few people other than militants would have recognized his broad, hangdog face.
The look in Trenwith's eyes, and the sheepish, hangdog expression of his whole face made Eleanor gasp.
They say he couldn't look such a miserable, hangdog wretch for nothing.
To that hangdog creature might fall the task of driving Betty home!
He straightened and a little of the hangdog servility dropped away.
There was no lowering of the eyelids when they confessed; no hangdog look about the mouth.
Their political creed may be summed up by the word "loot;" their personal appearance by the word "hangdog."
It had lost its sense of cheerful riot, and wore a chastened, hangdog air.
Poor old Mr. Bowdoin had had a hangdog feeling with old Jamie ever since that day his son had laughed.