dog

Part of speech: verb

To follow closely; hound; hunt.

Part of speech: noun

A carnivorous mammal, commonly domesticated, and remarkable for its intelligence and its attachment to man.

Part of speech: noun

A catch or detent; implement.

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Usage examples "dog":

  1. And then you come, and I saw your dirty face, and it made me think of a bad nightmare I'd had when you and your brother and your dad treated me worse'n a dog. - "Bull Hunter", Max Brand.
  2. Winterfield took his dog with him. - "The Black Robe", Wilkie Collins.
  3. It was Mr. Meldon told me to mention the name of the dog to you. - "The Simpkins Plot", George A. Birmingham.