dachshund

[ dahks-hoo nt, -hoo nd, -uh nd, daks-, dash- ]SEE DEFINITION OF dachshund
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The dachshund's pathetic shriek of outrage made the rafters ring.

If mere quaintness of design be desired, is there not already the Dachshund!

Oh, well, of course it has been short too, summers always are; like the dachshund!

It was very nice to have the Prince asking after your dachshund's cough, but she had got past that.

He pointed to the dachshund, and added, in his ordinary tone, "That's him."

"That's my uncle Ethelbert's dachshund," he remarked, at the beginning of the lecture.

If cats were dachshund dogs, and I wasn't so fond of dogs, I would be deadly.

Just give me a chance at that dachshund of a Kaiser with my two bare hands!

A gift of a Dachshund was considered a token of high esteem.

A dachshund has absolutely no sense of humour or lightness of spirits.

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