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Definition of Dingoes
1. dingo [n] - See also: dingo
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Literary usage of Dingoes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cassell's Picturesque Australasia by Edward Ellis Morris (1890)
"Hence black and black-and-tan dingoes abound, the normal colour being like that ... dingoes. At the present day two causes principally contribute to keep in ..."
2. Adventures and Observations on the West Coast of Africa, and Its Islands by Charles W. Thomas (1860)
"Mr. Jones—Pleasant Hours—The Man- dingoes—An Appeal for Arabic Bibles and other Books—-Questions concerning Christ—Ingenuity of Mandingo Mechanics—Market of ..."
3. Australind; Wanderings in Western Australia and the Malay East by Henry Taunton (1903)
"CHAPTER III First Night in the Bush—Chorus of Bull-frogs—Prowling dingoes— The Break-o'-day Boy—The Morning Pipe—" ..."
4. The Boy Travellers in Australasia: Adventures of Two Youths in a Journey to by Thomas Wallace Knox (1889)
"dingoes.—STORIES OF KANGAROO HUNTS. SEVERAL days were passed agreeably in the pastoral and agricultural region of the Darling Downs, and our friends were ..."
5. Kangaroo and Kauri: Sketches and Anecdotes of Australia and New Zealand by J. K. Arthur (1894)
"dingoes. DOGS. RABBIT-TRAPPING is practised extensively in districts where rabbits have so multiplied as to have become an intolerable pest. ..."
6. Daytrips Eastern Australia: 60 One Day Adventures by Car, Rail Or Bus by James Postell (2004)
"... and the dingoes This two-day tour of the world's largest sand island, and home to the planet's purest dingoes, will be a trip you will never forget. ..."