Definition of labradoodle
: a dog that is a cross between a Labrador retriever and a poodle
Recent Examples of labradoodle from the Web
There was her white labradoodle, Benny Hana, pictured in the middle of a party of other dog and human models on a grand staircase.
On Saturday morning, the alarm will be set a little later, Van Winkle will get to read one of his three newspapers before noon, maybe read some poetry or tinker in the garden, walk his labradoodle Elvis.
The 12-year-old chocolate labradoodle will be retiring on June 30.
Allison Mollner, who handles Charlie, a 3-year-old mini Australian labradoodle, recalled a similar visit the previous week to an older man on the floor for heart patients.
This intelligent labradoodle observed through the picture window our mother unable to stand up after falling on the ice while mailing a birthday card.
A black labradoodle named Agnes clipped across the kitchen floor.
Does that mean your labradoodle or Russian blue will have a tougher time traveling from London to Lisbon?
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Origin and Etymology of labradoodle
Labrador (retriever) + poodle
First Known Use: 1970See Words from the same year
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