Definition of dingo in English:
noun (plural dingoes or dingos)
1A wild or half-domesticated dog with a sandy-coloured coat, found in Australia.
- Canis dingo, family Canidae
- Because they prey on calves and sheep, dingoes and wild dogs are viewed as a threat to livestock.
- The dingo, a wild dog, is thought to have contributed to the tiger's demise on mainland Australia and in Papua New Guinea.
- Australia has long battled its native wild dog the dingo, but now domestic hunting dogs have bred with dingoes to produce a larger, aggressive feral dog.
- Australian informal No breakfast at all: after a dingo’s breakfast he set off back to AdelaideMore example sentences
- Men turned up at dawn to get a place in the labour queue, their stomachs rumbling or cramping with hunger after a dingo's breakfast.
- He can't even cook. Well, he can handle a dingo's breakfast.
- We resorted to a dingo's breakfast, before continuing on our passage north.
Words that rhyme with dingobingo, Domingo, flamingo, gringo, jingo, lingo
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