American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A large terrier of a breed having long legs and a wiry tan coat marked with black.
- n. A district in the West Riding of Yorkshire surrounding the vale of the River Aire
- n. An Airedale terrier
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a breed of large wiry-coated terriers, bred in Yorkshire.
- n. breed of large wiry-coated terrier bred in Yorkshire
- After Airedale, a valley of north-central England. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Jocularly they are called (in Germany) Petroleum dogs (= a play on the name Airedale, as pronounced in German, i.e. 'Erd-oel'").”
“_Assistant (to the Airedale, which is barking furiously and straining at his lead).”
“The poet threw aside his book and called his Airedale terrier; the dog, responding in time, eventually reached his master's knee.”
“Just curious ....... are you the "Norma" I met with a frisky Airedale several years ago in Ajijic???”
“Our trusty Airedale has been hiking with me today on the Timberline trail at Mt Hood ..... avoiding the HEAT of Portland.”
“Yes | No | Report from Airedale Marine wrote 17 weeks 4 days ago”
“Although Rolfâs lifeâs work has not stood the test of time as well as that of his contemporaries Thomas Mann and Hermann Hesse, his accomplishments were far from negligible â- particularly since Rolf was a dog, an Airedale terrier to be precise.”
“Airedale Terrier: At 9:45 in New York, we're a little more than an hour away from Best in Show.”
“This Airedale is named Dane and comes from Wisconsin.”
“But there we were, with our salivating Airedale watching closely (drooling so badly that he looked like he was swallowing shoelaces), standing in our Forest Hills ', New York kitchen, making spam and eggs.”
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