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badger
used in Lonesome Dove

11 uses
  • As they rode toward the little knoll where the buzzards swarmed, they passed a fat old badger carrying a human hand—a black hand at that.
    Chapters 74-74 (1% in)
  • While he rested, a big badger walked up to the spring and July shot him with his pistol.
    Chapters 64-65 (93% in)
  • He had never eaten badger, but he ate this one and drank the spring water.
    Chapters 64-65 (93% in)
  • But he couldn't live forever on spring water and one badger.
    Chapters 64-65 (95% in)
  • I imagine he's happy as a badger.
    Chapters 66-67 (99% in)
  • Newt was stunned—he assumed they would shoot the badger and get the hand back so it could be buried, but no one seemed concerned that the badger had someone's hand.
    Chapters 74-74 (1% in)
  • Newt was stunned—he assumed they would shoot the badger and get the hand back so it could be buried, but no one seemed concerned that the badger had someone's hand.
    Chapters 74-74 (1% in)
  • "Well, whosever it was won't be using it no more, and that old badger had to work for it with all them dern buzzards around," Pea Eye said.
    Chapters 74-74 (2% in)
  • That old badger made a good snatch and got himself a few bones.
    Chapters 74-74 (3% in)
  • He wanted to go catch up with the badger and shoot him, but he didn't.
    Chapters 74-74 (4% in)
  • At times the hens seemed to her almost more trouble than they were worth, for they had to be protected constantly from coyotes, skunks, badgers, even hawks and eagles.
    Chapters 75-76 (41% in)

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