Definition of 'Airedale'
Example sentences containing 'Airedale'
His duty clear, the Airedale lifted off on all fours, jaw set for maximum bite, and tore into the stranger's leg.CORMORANT
Next, he boosted the Airedale up the companionway and slung him over the lifelines and onto the deck of the powerboat.CORMORANT
He had figured on commandeering the pilot berth but the Airedale had already reclaimed territorial rights, now snoozing peacefully.CORMORANT
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