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A terrier of a small breed developed in England for hunting foxes, having a dense wiry coat.
[After Lakeland, a region of northwest England.]
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(Breeds) a wire-haired breed of terrier, originally from the Lake District and used for hunting
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one of a breed of small terriers with a rectangular head and wiry coat, raised orig. in NW England.
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|Noun||1.||Lakeland terrier - breed of wire-haired terrier originally from the Lake District of England and used for hunting|
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