Chesapeake Bay retriever

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Chesapeake Bay retriever

n.
A dog of a breed developed in the Chesapeake Bay region, having a short thick brown coat and known for its skill in retrieving game from water.
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Chesapeake Bay retriever

n
(Breeds) a strongly built variety of retriever with a short thick, slightly wavy coat in straw colour, reddish gold, or brown
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Ches′apeake Bay′ retriev′er


n.
one of an American breed of retrievers having a short, thick, oily brown or tan coat.
[1905–10]
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Noun1.Chesapeake Bay retriever - American breed having a short thick oily coat ranging from brown to light tanChesapeake Bay retriever - American breed having a short thick oily coat ranging from brown to light tan
retriever - a dog with heavy water-resistant coat that can be trained to retrieve game
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