Tibetan terrier


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Tibetan terrier

n
(Breeds) a breed of dog with a long dense shaggy coat: it resembles a small Old English sheepdog

Tibet′an ter′rier


n.
one of a breed of medium-sized dogs with a long, fine coat that falls over the eyes and a feathered tail curled over the back, bred orig. in Tibetan monasteries.
[1900–05]
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Noun1.Tibetan terrier - breed of medium-sized terriers bred in Tibet resembling Old English sheepdogs with fluffy curled tailsTibetan terrier - breed of medium-sized terriers bred in Tibet resembling Old English sheepdogs with fluffy curled tails
terrier - any of several usually small short-bodied breeds originally trained to hunt animals living underground
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