Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of mutt.

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Examples

  • I didn’t want to go with them anyway, because the Bassa people in Bubba Town had eaten my dog Tracks, a brown-and-white flea-ridden keke, which is what we called mutts.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • I didn’t want to go with them anyway, because the Bassa people in Bubba Town had eaten my dog Tracks, a brown-and-white flea-ridden keke, which is what we called mutts.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • I didn’t want to go with them anyway, because the Bassa people in Bubba Town had eaten my dog Tracks, a brown-and-white flea-ridden keke, which is what we called mutts.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • I didn’t want to go with them anyway, because the Bassa people in Bubba Town had eaten my dog Tracks, a brown-and-white flea-ridden keke, which is what we called mutts.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • While America is a land of immigrants, many of the whites are "mutts" - mixes of European stock - and so it's unusual to ask them where their ancestors are from because they probably don't remember .

    if i never had to wonder - Anil Dash

  • Calling those two dog-faced is an insult to all dogs; even those ugly, floopy earred curbstone setters also known as mutts?

    The Olympics: "weirdly unsexy."

  • The "mutts" tend to be healthier than purebreads anyway.

    Golden Retriever puppy

  • The "mutts" tend to be healthier than purebreads anyway.

    Golden Retriever puppy

  • The "mutts" tend to be healthier than purebreads anyway.

    Golden Retriever puppy

  • In my view, we're all mutts, meaning a fusion of contrasts and contradictions.

    Deborah Jiang Stein: Mutt Mediation #19: Miracles Better than a Snakebite

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