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  • noun Plural form of malemute.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In the cold grey morning light Punni Churah and the men called to the malemutes, patting their furry heads and talking kindly to them, for many a weary, long mile of snow trail stretched northward for them that day before they could rest and eat.

    A Woman who went to Alaska

  • Still he listened for the bells on the malemutes, and the calls of his Eskimo drivers.

    A Woman who went to Alaska

  • She saw him pull the fur cap down over his ears, and disappear through the tent opening to feed the howling malemutes.

    Colorado Jim

  • They were only a few miles from home now, and the malemutes seemed to comprehend.

    A Woman who went to Alaska

  • The great _malemutes_ ran low and true over the well-defined trail.

    The Gun-Brand

  • From the fox grounds out on the Barren had come "Mad" Joe Horn behind eight huge malemutes that pulled with the strength of oxen.

    God's Country—And the Woman

  • There are no hounds, no malemutes, none of the soft-footed breeds here.

    God's Country—And the Woman

  • There are no hounds, no malemutes, none of the soft-footed breeds here.

    God's Country—And the Woman

  • There are no hounds, no malemutes, none of the soft-footed breeds here.

    God's Country—And the Woman

  • From the fox grounds out on the Barren had come "Mad" Joe Horn behind eight huge malemutes that pulled with the strength of oxen.

    God's Country—And the Woman

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