Love me,love my dog .
Love me, love my dog .
When her dog died, Alice didn′t seem to care at all.
Release the dog . He has been chained up for hours.
Drive the dog away.
She could hardly contain herself when the boy kicked her dog .
Take care that your dog does not offend on the common staircase.
Beware the dog .
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A barking dog doesn′t bite!
The dog wetted the carpet.
The dog gave loud barks.
The dog is mad and ought to be destroyed.
The dog wagged its tail when it saw us.
The dog rescued the child from drowning.
A dog ′s tongue hangs out when it runs fast.
The dog grabbed the meat and ran.
The dog moved its tail gently.
The dog panted in the heat.
The dog guarded the child day and night.
The dog guarded the house (against strangers).
The dog lifted its ears.
The dog is worrying an old shoe.
The dog ′s tail wagged.
When the dog attacked me, I defended myself with a stick.
The dog got the thief by the leg.
A dog indicates his feelings by growling, barking, or wagging his tail.
The dog rolled on the floor (in the mud).
The dog rolled himself on the rug.
The dog flew down the road after the cat.
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Great Dog = Canis Major
Canis Major = Great Dog
1.A domesticated carnivorous mammal that typically has a long snout, an acute sense of smell, non-retractable claws, and a barking, howling, or whining voice.
‘He could almost feel them out there; it was time to call the _dogs_ to heel.’
‘‘All _dogs_ have an intense sense of smell, and every _dog_ likes to sniff,’ Smith said.’
2.A horse that is slow or difficult to handle.
3.A mechanical device for gripping.
‘The firm have been making grips for years and these _dogs_ here felt so soft and comfortable.’
4.A thing of poor quality.
‘a _dog_ of a film’
‘If he understands that it’s a _dog_ of a deal, why do you think he’d consider supporting it?’
5.A wild animal of the dog family.
‘Last night I watched a documentary on the Golden Jackals of Africa - _dogs_ nearly identical to Jasper.’
‘Among _dogs_ , the family that preys together stays together.’
6.An informer or traitor.
‘one day she’s going to turn _dog_ on you’
7.An unattractive woman.
8.An unpleasant, contemptible, or wicked man.
‘he was interrupted by cries of ‘dirty _dog_ !’’
‘come out, Michael, you _dog_ !’
9.Barriers used to keep horses off a particular part of the track.
‘a night at the _dogs_ ’
‘People went to football in the afternoon, went to the _dogs_ in the evening and took the train home.’
12.The male of an animal of the dog family, or of some other mammals such as the otter.
‘a _dog_ fox’
‘‘I am looking for a young animal, either a _dog_ or a bitch, that has a bit of attitude,’ he said.’
13.Used in names of dogfishes, e.g. sandy dog, spur-dog.
14.Used to refer to a person of a specified kind in a tone of playful reproof, commiseration, or congratulation.
‘your historian is a dull _dog_ ’
‘you lucky _dog_ !’
15.Used to refer to someone who is abject or miserable, especially because they have been treated harshly.
‘I make him work like a _dog_ ’
‘Rab was treated like a _dog_ ’
1.(of a problem) cause continual trouble for.
‘the twenty-nine-year-old has constantly been _dogged_ by controversy’
‘These allegations are going to _dog_ him on his final campaign bus tour and he didn’t want that.’
2.Act lazily; fail to try one's hardest.
‘Eric had a reputation for _dogging_ it a little’
‘But his effort indicated he certainly wasn’t _dogging_ it.’
3.Follow (someone) closely and persistently.
‘photographers seemed to _dog_ her every step’
‘Now, by Cavanaugh’s estimate, 75 companies were _dogging_ the buyer for the national store account.’
4.Grip (something) with a mechanical device.
‘she has _dogged_ the door shut’
‘These leaks can sometimes be stopped, at opening ports, anyway, by _dogging_ them down tighter.’
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