Doberman

[ US /ˈdoʊbɝmən/ ]
[ UK /dˈə‍ʊbəmən/ ]
NOUN
  1. medium large breed of dog of German origin with a glossy black and tan coat; used as a watchdog
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How To Use Doberman In A Sentence

  • This arrangement enabled Mourne to avoid the security guard and his Dobermann. DOUBLE DECEIT
  • The Doberman pinscher was bred by the Germans for protection; the Alaskan malamute was bred by the Eskimos to help them pull their sleds across the ice.
  • At home, he kept a Doberman pinscher for protection. Kill the Irishman
  • Scientists who become infected with the virus are transformed into slavering cannibals, with the Doberman guard dogs reborn as fleshless hounds from hell.
  • Andy made sure she was a suitable dog owner for Elvis – she has a large property some hours north of here, several kids and a 6 month old doberman-cross that needs energeticcompany. July « 2009 « Womanvsfeminist’s Blog
  • When he gets a properly written scene he seizes it by the scruff of the neck and shakes the juices out of it with Doberman ferocity.
  • If the German Shepherd and Doberman stood on top in their numbers, the breeds like the wire-haired fox terrier, smooth-haired fox terrier, cairn terrier and Rhodesian Ridgeback were all loners.
  • Another Doberman, two beagles, a chihuahua, a Finnish spitz, a Westie and a retriever will also be travelling up with their owners to the competition on March 6 to 9.
  • However, such restrictive exercise would not satisfy the ethological requirements of breeds such as dalmatians, dobermanns and collies.
  • Jerone, who owns a German shepherd and a Doberman pinscher, runs the Anthony Jerone
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