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hus·kie

 (hŭs′kē)
n.
Variant of husky3.
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Thirty or forty huskies ran to the spot and surrounded the combatants in an intent and silent circle.
"Billee" and "Joe" he called them, two brothers, and true huskies both.
Three more huskies were added to the team inside an hour, making a total of nine, and before another quarter of an hour had passed they were in harness and swinging up the trail toward the Dyea Canon.
"Get down to the ground, you-all, Malemutes, huskies, and Siwash purps!
Kids and their families who are interested in STEM-related activities are invited to a Huskie Robotics Team Demo from 10 a.m.
Senior Maddie Schlecht, a first-year Huskie, then turned on the jubilation when she hammered home her penalty kick to seal the victory.
""The shabaab only want Huskies to impress other people," interjected Aymane's disapproving older brother.
HUSKIES in Scotland have been in snow heaven this week as they have been able to get their paws into their favourite underfoot conditions.
HIT TV show Game of Thrones could be to blame for an increase in huskies attacking livestock across North Wales.
This makes it a better instrument platform than many of its peers and some owners fly Huskies in IMC.
The Colonial Athletic Association champion Huskies played with the 40 minutes of grit needed to avoid a crushing defeat like so many other double-digit seeds throughout tournament history.