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1928, (w), ''Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting Man'', Penguin 2013, page 149:
- Firstly, he was there to encourage and assist the hounds (a scratch pack – mostly dog-hounds drafted from fox-hound kennels because they were over-sized) ….
A man (derived from definition 2).
Someone who is morally reprehensible.
1599, Greene (dramatist)|Robert Greene, ''Alphonsus, King of Aragon'' (1599). Act 3.
- Blasphemous dog, I wonder that the earth / Doth cease from renting vnderneath thy feete, / To swallow vp those cankred corpes of thine.
A sexually aggressive man (cf. ''horny'').
Any of various mechanical devices for holding, gripping, or fastening something, particularly with a tooth-like projection.
A metal support for logs in a fireplace.
1902, (w), ''Hound of the Baskervilles|The Hound of the Baskervilles''
- In the great old-fashioned fireplace behind the high iron dogs a log-fire crackled and snapped.
The eighteenth Lenormand card.
(quote-journal)|date=21 July 1994|passage=Congressmen gleefully wolfed down every imaginable version of the hot dog – smoked kielbasas, jumbo grillers, Big & Juicy's, kosher dogs and spiced dogs (..)
1969, ''Ski'' (volume 34, number 4, page 121)
- ''Blue'' was released, and as Redford had predicted, it was a dog.
2012, Ronald L. Davis, ''Duke: The Life and Image of John Wayne''
- “When ''The Alamo'' was coming out, the word of mouth on it was that it was a dog,” Chase said.
To pursue with the intent to catch.
To follow in an annoying or harassing way.
''The woman cursed him so that trouble would dog his every step.''
(quote-book) they were discovered in a very improper manner by the husband of the gypsy, who, from jealousy it seems, had kept a watchful eye over his wife, and had dogged her to the place, where he found her in the arms of her gallant.
To fasten a hatch securely.
''It is very important to dog down these hatches...''
To watch, or participate, in sexual activity in a public place.
''I admit that I like to dog at my local country park.''
To intentionally restrict one's productivity as employee; to work at the slowest rate that goes unpunished.
''A surprise inspection of the night shift found that some workers were dogging it.''
(quote-av)|season=4|number=18|episode=Shakedown|date=March 30, 1999|network=CBS|text=(w) ((w)): Are you dogging Harm's special meatless meatloaf? (w) ((w)): Let's put it this way. If you were to make the Harmon Special on this ship, they'd have to unload it with the toxic waste.
1902, Winfield Scott Schley, ''Record of Proceedings of a Court of Inquiry''
- A. We never stood 4 to 8 p.m. watches, sir. We dogged our watches.Q. I suppose that is 6 to 8 p.m., then; it is a little indistinct. I mean the second dog watch.
2015, Tom Vetter, ''30,000 Leagues Undersea''
- Meanwhile, we dogged the watch sections so that both halves of the crew could fetch full sea bags of uniforms and gear (..)
(alternative form of) ((inflection of))
Det er dog ikke sikkert, at de taler sandt.
It is, however, not certain that they are telling the truth.
Hvor er den hund dog nuttet!
How cute that dog is!
Sikke dramatisk du dog kan fremstille sagen!
How dramatically you can present the matter!
A large (l), especially one of certain breeds.