Definition of Dogtown

1. a prairie-dog community [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dogtown

dogskins
dogsled
dogsled mail
dogsledded
dogsledder
dogsledders
dogsledding
dogsleds
dogsleep
dogsleeps
dogstar
dogstooth check
dogteeth
dogtooth
dogtooth violet
dogtown (current term)
dogtowns
dogtrot
dogtrots
dogtrotted
dogtrotting
dogvane
dogvanes
dogwalker
dogwalkers
dogwash
dogwashes
dogwatch
dogwatches
dogwhip

Literary usage of Dogtown

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1. Yankee Notions: A Medley by Samuel Kettell (1838)
"dogtown is a beautiful place in the interior of this State. ... Nobody can see dogtown without being reminded of that celebrated town in France, ..."

2. Traits of American Humor by Thomas Chandler Haliburton (1852)
"dogtown is a beautiful place, in the interior of this State. ... Nobody can see dogtown without being reminded of that celebrated town in France, ..."

3. Marvels of the New West: A Vivid Portrayal of the Stuperdous Marvels in the by William Makepeace Thayer (1887)
"dogtown is interesting because it is novel. It speaks well for this race of ... Nor is dogtown. it at all discreditable to them that they run for dear life ..."

4. Pleasure Drives Around Cape Ann by Procter Brothers (1896)
"routes by which they can be reached, and for a thorough knowledge of dogtown this volume will be .indispensable. The price is but 50 cents, ..."

5. Final Report by New Jersey Geological Survey (1904)
"Section of Smith's pit, dogtown. Stripping, 3 ft. Red wad clay 14 ft. No. i black clay, 6 ft. Black sand, 4^2 ft. Black earth, A number of other pits have ..."

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