from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of husky3.
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- n. Alternative spelling of husky.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See husky.
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The polar bear and the huskie are the winter animals, responsible for inspiring this
Ms. Martinek had set up her giant spinning wheel and was working with fibers the color of oatmeal, shed by a huskie named Frisket.
I've come across a huskie out in the forest that a runner lost.
Can't see anything available for my N72, even though it is on their list of phones on the site. huskie
You must first ugly-fy yourself and avoid looking like someone who might have valuable stuff. huskie kimirike
When that dog became sick and we had to give him up, she even brought me a new one—Butch, a reddish half shepherd, half huskie who would become the family pet for the next fifteen years.
I prefer "that huskie won't mush". and if the dog harness fits ...
It concentrated on the modernising moments — the huskie hugging, the efforts to get more women into Parliament and the rest.
My dream is to finally move out and the mark of my independance is to get myself a huskie!
Remember when my neighbor's dogs went at it and the male huskie dog, which was tied to the big trash bin, actually dragged that thing across two driveways and two lawns to get to the little female dog a couple houses down.