Definition of Clydesdale terrier
1. Noun. Selectively bred small Skye terrier with erect ears and a long silky coat.
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Literary usage of Clydesdale terrier
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1. British Dogs, Their Points, Selection, and Show Preparation by William D. Drury (1903)
"The Clydesdale terrier is a fancier's dog, a sport from the Skye Terrier stock; ... The Terrier whose cause the Clydesdale terrier Club has espoused ..."
2. The Complete Dog Book by William A. Bruette (1922)
"The chief points to look for in the selection of Clydesdale terrier puppies are almost identical with those of Skye Terriers. The following is the standard ..."
3. Some Players: Personal Sketches by Lillie (West) Brown [Buck, Amy Leslie (1899)
"At a New York bench show, where Barry's famous Belle of Clyde, a Clydesdale terrier of fabulous pedigree, was sure to carry off a medal, I looked in vain ..."