- n. Plural form of labrador.
“On farms, dogs such as labradors and rottweilers are recommended as these dogs are not easily visible in the dark.”
“And labradors are intelligent, unlike you, pretend dr hunt.”
“Soon, for our own good, guns, trucks, and probably labradors will be taken from us by well meaning politicos.”
“Some sluts, like me, are dressed in jeans or long skirts and jumpers, like Tories seeking labradors.”
“Not only were the Tories failing to connect with women across the political spectrum, I said although there was a brief babymoon when Samantha produced Florence, the coalition was in danger of actively repelling the very women voters who had in previous years been loyal as labradors to the Tory party.”
“Back on their own patch they were eager and honest as labradors before lapsing into lapdogs over the last half-hour.”
“Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin Keepers marching across the grouse moor with their trusty labradors, not so different from one of the many Victorian oil paintings of similar scenes.”
“I agree with what Gene Hill wrote "God made the world round so labradors wouldn't fall off.”
“As we all know, labradors' back legs are always a bit dodgy so I'm just hoping that his will stand up to the stairs.”
“Now Monty was really giving it the business and he's not the most svelte of labradors.”
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