Definition of Bottom dog

1. Noun. A person of low status.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bottom Dog

bottling
bottling plant
bottlings
bottlo
bottlos
bottom(a)
bottom-most
bottom-up
bottom antiquark
bottom ash
bottom bitches
bottom burp
bottom burps
bottom dog (current term)
bottom dollar
bottom edge
bottom edged
bottom edges
bottom edging
bottom feeder
bottom feeders
bottom feeding
bottom fermentation
bottom fermenting yeast
bottom fish
bottom gear
bottom gears
bottom hand

Literary usage of Bottom dog

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1. The Cry for Justice: An Anthology of the Literature of Social Protest by Upton Sinclair (1915)
"The case for the bottom dog should touch the public heart to the quick, for it affects the truth of our religions, the justice of our laws and the destinies ..."

2. Selected Articles on the Employment of Women by Edna Dean Bullock, Julia Emily Johnsen (1920)
"For the bottom-dog is, after all, considered flesh and blood of human kind; the bottom-dog can perchance rise to the full rights of citizenship; ..."

3. The Law and the Poor by Edward Abbott Parry (1914)
"The proposal is, however, a proposal to ameliorate the bottom dog, and the human bottom dog is poorly represented in ..."

4. 'Clarion' Fallacies: A Reply to Mr. Robert Blatchford's Strictures Upon by Frank Ballard (1908)
"The case for the bottom dog is as simple as it is complete. It is not a mere theory or opinion. It is the demonstrated truth. ..."

5. The Western Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge: A by Montague Rhodes James, Roger Gale (1900)
"Border: at top, greyhound chases rabbit: at bottom dog and rabbit sit facing. Given by Nevile. From Christ Ch., Canterbury. 2 fo. mani. Figura. Ingram, no. ..."

6. Ten Thousand Miles on a Bicycle by Lyman Hotchkiss] [Bagg (1887)
"... with responsive wags of their tails, as well representing their ideal of canine wisdom and philosophy : " You may sing of your dog, your bottom dog, ..."

7. Ten Thousand Miles on a Bicycle by Lyman Hotchkiss] [Bagg (1887)
"... with responsive wags of their tails, as well representing their ideal of canine wisdom and philosophy : " You may sing of your dog, your bottom dog, ..."

8. Vagrom Verse by Charles Henry Webb (1888)
"You may sing of your dog, your bottom dog, Or of any dog that you please, — I go for the dog, the wise old dog, That knowingly takes his ease, And, ..."

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