Definition of labradoodle in English:

labradoodle

Syllabification: lab·ra·doo·dle
Pronunciation: /ˈlabrəˌdo͞odl
 
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noun

A dog that is a cross-breed of a Labrador and a standard poodle.
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  • For example, some breeders cross labradoodles with labradoodles, occasionally adding in a poodle to ‘correct’ the dog's coat or disposition, while others mix Labradors with poodles once.
  • I actually bred a labradoodle for myself, then I decided to make it a hobby.
  • People are out for their morning jog or walking by to pick up flowers and a few breakfast essentials, dressed in comfortable casual wear and often walking labradoodles or other small dog varieties.

Origin

1970s: blend of Labrador2 and poodle.

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