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  • n. Plural form of pit bull.


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  • In St. Louis, they came back with stories of finding more of that white scat and seeing glimpses of the devil dogs that shat it, evil creatures with malevolent grins, huge heads slung low, big half-circle ears out to the side, massive jaws like pit bulls whelped by Satan.

    Our American King

  • They bred their pit bulls there, which was not against the law; they only fought them in South LA, and none of the men had been convicted of dog fighting since the war.

    The Big Nowhere

  • She bore him a bastard son, Jesús, who trains pit bulls for dogfighting in a brush-strewn lot somewhere around here.

    The Madonnas of Echo Park


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