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  • noun Plural form of dawg.

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Examples

  • What separates these fine dawgs from the rest is "instinct."

    Gun Dog Training Resolutions for 2010

  • "That'll make two teams and halve the loads -- though we-all'll have to travel easy for a spell, for them dawgs is sure tired."

    Chapter VI

  • What separates these fine dawgs from the rest is "instinct."

    Gun Dog Training Resolutions for 2010

  • Me and my crew of runnin 'dawgs scheduled out the whole weekend, and even by my standards, it's an excessive amount of game play.

    Foodscapes

  • My research (watching Maury every doggone day!) shows that ALL lyin 'dawgs deny, deny deny, even though they're caught stanky-handed.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Speaking of CoH, a couple of my runnin 'dawgs and I got together last night, and after deciding that we were annoyed with our respective super groups, formed our own with another player.

    Lazy Sunday

  • When I wanted to use the clippers, my shotcaller had to negotiate with the Latins and the black shotcallers, whose "dawgs" were paranoid about HIV transmission.

    Mark Olmsted: An Insider's View of Chino Prison

  • And when the NFL renamed the team the Ravens and sent it south to Baltimore back in 1995, those 'dawgs' became the human embodiment of the tragic plight of the city's abandoned fans.

    Starr Gazing: Dangers In The Dawg Pound

  • If Murdock's "dawgs" were brought out to chase him, they would become hopelessly muddled and lost.

    Tom of the Raiders

  • Later on they heard from him in Mobile, where his family had joined him; and neither of the two Dixie Chums ever found reason to regret that they had helped him evade the "dawgs" of the vindictive Southern sheriff.

    Chums in Dixie or The Strange Cruise of a Motorboat

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