Recent Examples of dalmatian from the Web
This 60-second ad features a wannabe Budweiser Clydesdale training for a spot on the beer wagon team in a Rocky-style montage, aided by a dalmatian of course.
Joe dressed up as a dalmatian and Sophie stepped out as a bunny.
Latta, dressed as a dalmatian, then asked the crowd to part for the runway show/costume contest, judged by Pauly Shore.
Joe and Sophie first announced their engagement on Oct. 15, less than one year after the couple sparked dating rumors at a Halloween party (where Joe dressed up as a dalmatian and Sophie put on bunny ears).
Sparky is an old fire hydrant painted to look like a Dalmatian by Laura Rudkin last summer for the village of Fox Lake's inaugural outdoor public art exhibition.
There were also people who dressed up like dalmatians and comic book heroes and who wore elf ears and viking hats.
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Origin and Etymology of dalmatian
First Known Use: 1824See Words from the same year
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Definition of dalmatian for English Language Learners
: a type of dog that has short white fur with many black or brown spots
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