The door was hurriedly burst open again, and in came running Cainy Ball out of breath, his mouth red and open, like the bell of a penny trumpet, from which he coughed with noisy vigour and great distension of face.
Many of them foamed at the mouth, their breathing being quick and short, whilst the bodies of all were fearfully distended.
In approaching the door, his toe kicked something which felt and sounded soft, leathery, and distended, like a boxing-glove.
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One method of declawing is to severe the tendon that allows the claws to distend.
She remembered the distended bellies of the starving cows.