American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A large, heavy-set, powerful dog of a breed developed from the bulldog and the mastiff.
“A brazen bullmastiff, saucy Great Dane, frisky Rottweiler or even a cheeky Chihuahua would have been more flattering than a breed most associated with tutus, rhinestone collars and yapping.”
“Unique designs ranging from one customer's order for a cabinet featuring the faces of his best friends or another's memorialization of a bullmastiff on a chair are affordable.”
“My bullmastiff/staffie cross would have killed a fox, but possibly in a more lingering fashion than a pack of hounds.”
“We do not need numbers to back up the fact that your Martin DM uses less electricity than your stereo that takes up the same amount of shelf space as a bullmastiff.”
“Take heart dearie, just hope you can find a very cute bulldog LOL or bullmastiff to take his place, its all right. *sob sob*”
“And then, you know, he got a hint of how serious they considered the whole thing; for one of them came up to him, leading a great bullmastiff, and offered it to him, to take to keep him company.”
“We found one rather funny thing, and that was the great bullmastiff, lying stiff with its neck broken.”
“He reached for his gun, and the following instant the great bullmastiff set up a tremendous barking, which drew the attention of the whole company.”
“One of the victims was this dog, Princess, a bullmastiff that died suddenly after eating IAMS brands Select Bites one of 95 brands of gravy style dog and cat food yanked off store shelves.”
“Larry even dropped into the front yard and made friends with the two huge bullmastiff watchdogs.”
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