French bulldog(redirected from French Bulldogs)
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A dog of a small muscular breed developed in France, having large rounded ears and a short coat.
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(Breeds) a small stocky breed of dog with a sleek coat, usually brindled or pied, a large square head, and large erect rounded ears
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one of a French breed of small, compact dogs with a large, square head and a short, sleek coat.
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|Noun||1.||French bulldog - small stocky version of the bulldog having a sleek coat and square head|
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