Recent Examples of dogcatcher from the Web
In our two-party system, the surest way to accomplish these things is to support the other party, in every race from president to dogcatcher.
But a loss like the one Republicans suffered in Alabama will have everyone from the President to ambitious GOP dogcatchers tapping at the brakes.
Their adherents couldn’t swing a race for dogcatcher.
But could anyone ever actually be elected dogcatcher?
Since 1964, the GOP has managed to weaponize white racial insecurity and inflame bigotry for the benefit of candidates who otherwise couldn’t get elected dogcatcher.
But amid even the worst federal scandals, Watergate included, the country has never been nationally profiled as crooked—a venal society from coast to coast, from dogcatcher to commander-in-chief.
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DOGCATCHER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dogcatcher for English Language Learners
: a public official who is responsible for catching dogs that do not have homes
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