- n. alternative spelling of Dobermann.
- n. medium large breed of dog of German origin with a glossy black and tan coat; used as a watchdog
“I also began training my first Doberman, which is actually what you ought to do, in my opinion.”
“It might well be called a Doberman in a jar; 'Black and Tan' is the name given to an alcoholic drink comprising of a 'mixture' of ale and stout, or sometimes lager and stout.”
“He cut his teeth working for former New Orleans district attorney Jim Garrison on the J.F.K. assassination, and he boasts that he served as former attorney general Ramsey Clark's "Doberman" at Waco.”
“Upcoming shows: Has an exhibit next month at the Fallout Gallery with artist Jay Bailey and is curating "Doberman," a show in January at the College of Southern Nevada that is based on artists creating and presenting the history and mythos of a motorcycle gang.”
“At home, he kept a Doberman pinscher for protection.”
“Birns bought a Doberman pinscher to protect his home.”
“From the volume and pitch of its bark, he had pictured some giant slobbering beast, a mastiff or a Doberman.”
“A Doberman named Cappy was out in front of the unit when a shot rang out; Cappy was killed, but the men were alerted to the danger.”
“(Soundbite of laughter) Ms. DICKINSON: Among them, the Doberman poodle mix, called a Doberdoodle, and a beagle-Corgi combination, the Borgi.”
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