bird-dog[ burd-dawg, -dog ]SEE DEFINITION OF bird-dog
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIRD-DOG
Hurley sniffed like a bird-dog that has just raised a covey.
He was a bird-dog, and so bright it seemed as if he could almost talk.
But somehow they seem to lack the pride and responsiveness that I find in those with bird-dog ancestry.
Say, one of Mr. Ferrall's men was here just now—there he is, over there uncrating that there bird-dog!
He seemed to look at nothing, now—like a bird-dog that senses the nearness of the invisible quarry.
He was seldom at rest, scampering here and there, not unlike a bird-dog on a fresh scent.
His bird-dog lay on the mat outside the door and sprang forward with a joyous whine to meet him.
As he stepped into the familiar entrance-hall, Bryce paused, raised his head and sniffed suspiciously, like a bird-dog.
She felt herself being charmed by it, and wondered if a quail might feel so while crouching before the point of a bird-dog.
It's fine with any of 'em that's got bird-dog blood, an' you know Spot's part pointer.