from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A young dog; a pup.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A young dog.
- n. A young rat.
- n. A young seal.
- n. A woman’s breast.
- n. A (generic) thing; particularly something that is a nuisance; a sucker.
- v. To bring forth whelps; to pup.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The young of a canine animal, esp. of the common dog; a whelp.
- n. A name of contemptuous reproach for a conceited and impertinent person.
- intransitive v. To bring forth whelps; to pup.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A doll; a puppet.
- n. A young dog; a whelp; also, by extension, a young seal or other young carnivore.
- n. A conceited, frivolous, and impertinent man; a silly young fop or coxcomb: used in contempt.
- n. A white bowl or buoy used in the herring-fisheries to mark the position of the net nearest the fishing-boat.
- To bring forth puppies; whelp. Also pup.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an inexperienced young person
- n. a young dog
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The term "puppy mill" generally refers to a large commercial breeding operation where the animals do not receive proper care.
Lol, thanx Lobes, the puppy is a temporary measure, just seeing if I could get it to work.
And please do not let anyone talk you into doing a "condition retrieve" (force breaking) until after your puppy is a year old.
This puppy is the cutest thing I've ever seen (and should totally be a feature on Cute Overload).
Who's the ass-clown that wrote this show's pilot and said, "Oh yeah, this puppy is my retirement vehicle!"
While the puppy is a loyal companion, the boy still seems depressed, so she gets him a tricycle, which he takes to with a zeal.
He had, like -- you know what we call puppy dog eyes?
Deputies and animal control officers conducted several raids on what they call puppy mills in Skagit and Snohomish counties.
In keeping with that, the IESB. net) features the title puppy with a red bow around his neck.