Definitions

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  • noun A large Hungarian breed of livestock guard dog with a long, corded coat.

Etymologies

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From Hungarian komondor.

Examples

  • As the most bibulous species of animal next to the sponge yak and the Himalayan Swiffer monkey, the Komondor is the perfect companion to housekeepers, butlers, and small diner employees.

    The Toque

  • As the most bibulous species of animal next to the sponge yak and the Himalayan Swiffer monkey, the Komondor is the perfect companion to housekeepers, butlers, and small diner employees.

    The Toque

  • As the most bibulous species of animal next to the sponge yak and the Himalayan Swiffer monkey, the Komondor is the perfect companion to housekeepers, butlers, and small diner employees.

    The Toque

  • As the most bibulous species of animal next to the sponge yak and the Himalayan Swiffer monkey, the Komondor is the perfect companion to housekeepers, butlers, and small diner employees.

    The Toque

  • Komondor: If the Puli is the Rasta dog, this breed is essentially white mop.

    Westminster Dog Show 2012—Best in Show—as it happened

  • • I had to include a Komondor because, although they aren't particularly exotic, they have great hair.

    My Own (Borrowed) Menagerie

  • • I had to include a Komondor because, although they aren't particularly exotic, they have great hair.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • I'll never forget when this trainer brought her Komondor with her.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Komondor, that meant putting the 85-pound-dog through a multiday bathing routine.

    NYT > Home Page

  • "Thank God it didn't rain," Horvath, who wore a Komondor necklace, said.

    NYT > Home Page

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