Yorkshire terrier

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Yorkshire terrier

n.
A terrier of a toy breed developed in Yorkshire, having a long silky bluish-gray and tan coat.
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Yorkshire terrier

n
(Breeds) a very small breed of terrier with a long straight glossy coat of steel-blue and tan. Also called: yorkie
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York′shire ter′rier


n.
one of an English breed of toy terriers having a long, silky, straight coat that is dark steel-blue with tan on the head, chest, and legs.
[1880–85]
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Noun1.Yorkshire terrier - very small breed having a long glossy coat of bluish-grey and tanYorkshire terrier - very small breed having a long glossy coat of bluish-grey and tan
terrier - any of several usually small short-bodied breeds originally trained to hunt animals living underground
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