English setter

  1. an English breed having a plumed tail and a soft silky coat that is chiefly white
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How To Use English setter In A Sentence

  • If bred for fieldwork, English setters are big-running hunters whose handlers ride horses to keep their dogs in sight.
  • Brushing English setter hair off his backpack is part of getting ready for school, and picking pelle out of his teeth is dinner-table routine. Young Guns
  • The English setter is a sporting breed that finds and indicates the location of upland game birds - quail, pheasant and grouse.
  • She exhibits classic English setter style on point with a nice running gait.
  • Thus, the modern English setter was developed through selective breeding during the 19th century.
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