water dog

[ waw-ter-dawg, -dog, wot-er- ]SEE DEFINITION OF water dog
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He wasn't what is commonly called a water dog; and he was very fierce to children generally.

He soused his head now in the miniature basin and shook it like a water dog.

The little water dog comes from the small spaniel and the water dog.

In my holiday trips I had a companion, my cousin Priscilla, who was, if the term be permissible; as great a water dog as myself.

He came up shaking himself like a water dog, but was careful to make as little noise as possible.

The old man hung on and so did the others, but he was mad, a-cussing and swearing and spitting water like a water dog.

"She is not a water dog," explained Mr. Lavender to the three soldiers in blue clothes.

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