Definitions

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  • adjective Common misspelling of Alsatian.

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Examples

  • Christopher Plummer, Lynne Redgrave, and Isabella Rossellini are among those who lend voices to this most adult (and often scatological) story of a middle-aged gay man's discovery of the love he spent his life searching for — in the form of an ill-behaved German Shepherd (or Alsation, as they're also known).

    The animated My Dog Tulip to screen at the Toronto Film Festival

  • Christopher Plummer, Lynne Redgrave, and Isabella Rossellini are among those who lend voices to this most adult (and often scatological) story of a middle-aged gay man's discovery of the love he spent his life searching for — in the form of an ill-behaved German Shepherd (or Alsation, as they're also known).

    A Different Stripe:

  • The couple were asked/told/ordered to look up at a pull-down screen, a screen upon which the Alsation appeared via video-link from an RSPCA kennels in Cromer.

    Tomatoes

  • A man accusing his wife of cheating on him with their Alsation.

    Tomatoes

  • Has anyone els notis my feetz r morfin into Alsation dog?

    INVISIBLE STUCK PICKLE JAR - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • I liked the look of an Alsation, but the staff said it was not good around small children.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • About 100 men and women, most armed with chains, whips, batons or sticks, shouted abuse while their Rottweiler and Alsation dogs barked viciously at the children behind the schoolyard fence.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • For a rare combination of international motives they prized most the table d'hote of a French lady, who had taken a Spanish husband in a second marriage, and had a Cuban negro for her cook, with a cross-eyed Alsation for waiter, and a slim young South-American for cashier.

    A Hazard of New Fortunes — Volume 4

  • For a rare combination of international motives they prized most the table d'hote of a French lady, who had taken a Spanish husband in a second marriage, and had a Cuban negro for her cook, with a cross-eyed Alsation for waiter, and a slim young South-American for cashier.

    A Hazard of New Fortunes — Complete

  • She arrived, roaring and terrible, in the guise of an elderly Alsation lady in a rabbit-skin coat, armed with a red umbrella and calling for her donkey in a voice which woke all the echoes of Mustapha.

    Tartarin De Tarascon

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