Chinese crested


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Chinese crested

n.
Either of two varieties of a small breed of dog developed in China, having a crest of hair on the head. The hairless variety has hair only on its head, feet, and tail, and the "powder puff" variety has a coat of long soft hair.

Chinese crested

n
(Breeds) a small dog of a Chinese breed having long slender legs and a hairless body with hair only on the feet, head, and tail
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