Definition of 'brindled'
Example sentences containing 'brindled'
Lirael always said hello to the visiting dogs, even when they were huge brindled wolfhounds with studded collars.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
He's about fifty and he wears huge spectacles with thick tortoiseshell frames to them, like a pair of brindled goggles.WHISTLER IN THE DARK (2001)
The person indicated was the one Jarvis had thought of as ` brindled " the night before.A DEATH IN TIME (2001)
The elegance of his appearance was only slightly marred by the great brindled feline perched on his knee.LION IN THE VALLEY (2001)
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