He found me an unlicked whelp of the forest, and whatever I am he has made me.
Pipe down that guff, you unlicked cub, or I'll crown you with a proof-bar!
He seems to be completely puffed up with the sense of his own importance, and to be an unlicked sort of cub altogether.
As we both wrote in the same chamber, we preferred each other's acquaintance to that of the unlicked cubs that surrounded us.
The grandam bear sure had blistered her tongue, and so left him unlicked.
Fancy a splendid woman like that spending life hammering a lot of unlicked cubs into shape.
Yes, this gentleman is the illegitimate son of that unlicked cub.
Walpole was plagued one morning with that oaf of unlicked antiquity, Prideaux, and his great boy.
And Toby—no unlicked cub, but a considerate, composed old dog,—never puppyishly barked at the Bells.
Lister, you see, is an unlicked colt, and nobody could have said very much to his credit until lately.