bullmastiff


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bull·mas·tiff

 (bo͝ol′măs′tĭf)
n.
A large, heavy-set, powerful dog of a breed developed from the bulldog and the mastiff.
Translations
Bullmastiff
bullmastiff
bullmastiffi
bullmasztiff
bulmastifas
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