Thesaurus / dingo
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For of all animals in Australia the dingo is the most intolerable nuisance on account of its fondness for mutton.

Now a dingo or wild dog, now a toombat or opossum, made its appearance, and created matter of interest and inquiry.

The Gilpins and their FortunesWilliam H. G. Kingston

We found a native police patrol camped there, and the officer asked us if we would like to have a dingo pup for a pet.

The mention of Oxford historians reminds me of my friend Professor Dingo, to whom reference has been made in an earlier chapter.

Fifteen Chapters of AutobiographyGeorge William Erskine Russell

Remains of the dingo have been found fossil in Pleistocene deposits but the antiquity of man in Australia is not known.

Island LifeAlfred Russel Wallace

So, then he of the tight coat and cocked-hat was a king—King “Dingo Bingo!”

Ran Away to SeaMayne Reid

The one we killed was a male and had a good coat—a rather unusual thing for a dingo, as the skin is often covered with sores.

Say that again and I'll whistle up Dingo and run your hind legs off.

The new species of dog differs totally from the Dingo or Canis australiensis.

Indeed, the sheep and the dingo cannot both remain in Australia unless the former has been eaten by the latter.

WORDS RELATED TO DINGO

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.