[ US /ˈdɪŋɡoʊ/ ]
[ UK /dˈɪŋɡə‍ʊ/ ]
  1. wolflike yellowish-brown wild dog of Australia
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How To Use dingo In A Sentence

  • His other films included Richard Fleischer's "Mandingo" (1975), Milos Forman's "Ragtime" (1981) and John Wayne's final movie, "The Shootist" (1976). Prolific director Dino De Laurentiis dies
  • I've been saying it all along: it's just a matter of time till they "Mandingo" him. The "R" stands for "Racist"
  • The couture-like short coat with three-quarter-length sleeves made a noteworthy comeback, together with redingotes, lamb chop sleeves optional.
  • Today, it hunts alone a sign the dingo is probably the lookout for a small game.
  • We chose dingoes because they are more vocal than foxes.
  • The dingo, one of Australia's many indigenous animals, is also, like the kangaroo, something of a national mascot.
  • His voice, deeper and from the gut, returns in this CD to a peaceable realm, to the great meditative music of the Mandingo empire.
  • No jacket was found in the initial searches but in 1986, while Mrs Chamberlain was serving a life sentence, an Englishman, David Brett, fell to his death from Uluru, landing beside the jacket which was half-buried close to dingo lairs. Dingo baby case that divided a nation could be closed at last
  • The bureau defines ‘wild dogs’ as domestic dogs gone wild, dingoes, and their hybrids.
  • Wallach (2009) also observed that baiting and shooting dingoes makes them prone to attacking lambs and crucially, that reintroducing them helps prey diversity. Biodiversity 100: actions for Australia
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