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wardog

(ˈwɔːˌdɒɡ)
n
1. (Military) a devoted or aggressive warrior
2. (Animals) a dog used in war
3. (Military) a dog used in war
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References in classic literature ?
Woola had fought with me through the battle of the previous day, true to the instincts and training of a Martian war dog, great numbers of which are often to be found with the savage green hordes of the dead sea bottoms.
Jachman, Richard Nott Antrim, Roddie Edmonds, Charles Valentine August, Virginia Hall, Moe Berg, Bert Shepard, William Augustus Read, Jr., Bruce Ward Carr, the war dog Chips, and those executed in Operation Ginny II.
Thirty-two pigeons, eighteen dogs, three horses, and one cat received the award--including the American pigeon GI Joe and the war dog Chips.
On the Parade Field from noon to 4 p.m., visitors can explore an obstacle course, learn to march, get camouflage face paint, thank a veteran, and check out Adopt-A-Bull, Smokey the War Dog and Buster Boo Brigade.
The Michigan War Dog Memorial can be found in South Lyon.
Caesar the war dog: Operation pink elephant, the third instalment in this series by Stephen Dando-Collins, is an action-packed novel for young readers which features the lovable and heroic chocolate Labrador war dog, Caesar.
But in addition to Hawk and Fisher, there are now their children and their grand children, and others (including an almost immortal war dog, a ghost, and diabolical weapons as dangerous to themselves as to their enemies) to aid them in their opposition to the Demon Prince.
But in this post-war novel, there is another possible source: America's celebrated war dog, Sergeant Stubby, who died 16 March 1926, and was then stuffed and mounted preparatory to being placed in the American Red Cross Museum in Washington, D.C.
LOCAL historians want to trace the family of a US serviceman whose Second World War dog tag has been found at an old air base site.
Apparently our wounded war-vet narrator associated it with America's most celebrated war dog, the (then) famous Sgt.
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