clumber spaniel
noun Usage: often capitalized C Etymology: Clumber, estate in Nottinghamshire, England Date: 1883 any of a breed of large massive heavyset spaniels with a dense silky largely white coat

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  • clumber (spaniel) — [klum′bər] n. 〚after Clumber, estate of the Duke of Newcastle〛 [also C s ] a short legged spaniel with a heavy body and a thick coat of straight, white hair marked with yellow or orange * * * …   Universalium

  • clumber (spaniel) — [klum′bər] n. [after Clumber, estate of the Duke of Newcastle] [also C s ] a short legged spaniel with a heavy body and a thick coat of straight, white hair marked with yellow or orange …   English World dictionary

  • clumber (spaniel) — [klum′bər] n. [after Clumber, estate of the Duke of Newcastle] [also C s ] a short legged spaniel with a heavy body and a thick coat of straight, white hair marked with yellow or orange …   English World dictionary

  • Clumber-Spaniel — Clumber Spaniel, s. Hund …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • clumber spaniel — /klum beuhr/ one of an English breed of short legged, stocky spaniels having a chiefly white coat, used esp. for retrieving game. [1880 85; after Clumber, estate in Nottinghamshire, England, where dogs were bred] * * * ▪ breed of dog  breed of… …   Universalium

  • clumber spaniel — noun a thickset spaniel with longish silky hair • Syn: ↑clumber • Hypernyms: ↑spaniel …   Useful english dictionary

  • Clumber spaniel — [ klʌmbə] noun a spaniel of a heavily built breed. Origin C19: named after Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire …   English new terms dictionary

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