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  • n. Short form of Pekingese, the dog.

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Examples

  • Toy Group Finalists: I really hate myself for going with the Peke and for using the word "Peke" just now, but that dog had some serious star power.

    Westminster Dog Show 2012—as it happened

  • The Peke was the bigger dog and the boss from the start.

    Cuteness Alert

  • What really gets me, is not the doggy treats or cafes, but what we have done to the dogs themselves, the Peke is a very good example where its nose is now so squished it can't breathe.

    Nothing much

  • "Peke," and it was easy to see that Buster was indeed ill.

    The War Terror

  • My dog is the same color as Winnie and is a Peke mix so he has the same scrunched face.

    Winston isn't normal

  • Expert Opinion: Show Dog author Josh Dean tweets: Another upset: clearing the path for the Peke!

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

  • And Show Dog author Josh Dean has just weighed in with his picks: "Updated handicapping, in order: Peke, German shepherd, Irish setter, Dalmatian."

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

  • And it pains me to say it, because I prefer a big dog...but I really feel the Peke tonight.

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

  • I am amazed at how many people states things taste like chicken when they don't know how to describe how something tastes, like Alligator, to me tastes sorta like rattlesnake, Raccoon tastes like a nice fat. pampered lapdog, small ones only, preferably a Peke, (okay I 'm joking, I've never eaten a Peke, but I don't like them as animals) but raccoons can be rather tasty in the pan of the right cook.

    If You Really Want to Feel Bad ...

  • So I took the Rolling Peke out of the car and went for a walk.

    A Moment

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