dogdom

noun
dog·​dom | \ ˈdȯg-dəm How to pronounce dogdom (audio) \

Definition of dogdom

: the world of dogs or of dog fanciers

Examples of dogdom in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Waddling through a small-but-mighty turn in the ring, Wasabi nabbed U.S. dogdom's most prestigious prize after winning the big American Kennel Club National Championship in 2019. CBS News, 14 June 2021 Waddling through a small-but-mighty turn in the ring, Wasabi nabbed U.S. dogdom's most prestigious prize after winning the big American Kennel Club National Championship in 2019. CBS News, 14 June 2021 Waddling through a small-but-mighty turn in the ring, Wasabi nabbed U.S. dogdom's most prestigious prize after winning the big American Kennel Club National Championship in 2019. CBS News, 14 June 2021 Waddling through a small-but-mighty turn in the ring, Wasabi nabbed U.S. dogdom's most prestigious prize after winning the big American Kennel Club National Championship in 2019. CBS News, 14 June 2021 Waddling through a small-but-mighty turn in the ring, Wasabi nabbed U.S. dogdom's most prestigious prize after winning the big American Kennel Club National Championship in 2019. CBS News, 14 June 2021 Waddling through a small-but-mighty turn in the ring, Wasabi nabbed U.S. dogdom’s most prestigious prize after winning the big American Kennel Club National Championship in 2019. NBC News, 14 June 2021 Waddling through a small-but-mighty turn in the ring, Wasabi nabbed U.S. dogdom’s most prestigious prize after winning the big American Kennel Club National Championship in 2019. Jennifer Peltz, ajc, 14 June 2021 Waddling through a small-but-mighty turn in the ring, Wasabi nabbed U.S. dogdom’s most prestigious prize after winning the big American Kennel Club National Championship in 2019. Jennifer Peltz, Anchorage Daily News, 14 June 2021 See More

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First Known Use of dogdom

1854, in the meaning defined above

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“Dogdom.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/dogdom. Accessed 27 May. 2022.

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