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WORD OF THE DAY
BobtailBAHB-teylPart of speech: nounOrigin: Middle English, mid 16th century
1A docked tail of a horse or dog.2Cut short; abbreviated.
 
Examples of Bobtail in a sentence “NOUN: The Australian Sheepdog has a natural, genetic bobtail.” “ADJECTIVE: We had longer plans but the weather bobtailed our date.”

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