Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of poodle.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Some of them are truly bizarre: epilepsy in poodles, sudden muscle rigidity in Scottish terriers ( "Scottie cramp"), chronic fever in Shar-Peis, tumors in flat-coated retrievers, congestive heart failure in boxers.

    The Truth About Dogs

  • And the poodles are the ones who are guarding the White House and their access to the White House.

    CNN Transcript May 25, 2005

  • For example: What is it that leads us to call poodles and fox terriers dogs and not cats?

    Concise Dictionary of Religion

  • The previous administration wanted a bunch of "yes men" on board, folks that were the "poodles" of Dick and Rove i.e. Gonzales, Meyers etc.

    Now hiring: Obama still needs to fill top jobs

  • Thousands of Japanese people have apparently been scammed into buying "poodles" that are actually sheep with fancy haircuts.

    Boing Boing

  • His attempts at making allies transforms them into his "poodles".

    CNN's horrific Obamamania.

  • My disappointment is that the article pinned everything that goes wrong in the world today to President George W. Bush and attempted to portray these leaders as U.S. "poodles" for the wrong reasons.

    Mail Call: Greenspan Speaks

  • Supervisory Commission and the police had been heavily politicised, turning them into "poodles" there to serve Zanu-PF's interests, instead of providing the necessary checks and balances against political excesses.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "What kind of poodles did you lose, as you say?" he asked.

    The Curlytops and Their Pets or Uncle Toby's Strange Collection

  • A barking was heard back of the platform, and, a moment later, on rushed two dogs, exactly the same kind of poodles as were Tip and Top, and exactly the same size.

    The Curlytops and Their Pets or Uncle Toby's Strange Collection

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