‘DOG’ List

 

AMIDOGEN                             a univalent chemical radical [n -S]

AMIDOGENS                             a univalent chemical radical [n]

ANTIDOGMATIC[adj]

BANDOG                                      a watchdog [n -S]

BANDOGS                             a watchdog [n]

BIRDDOG                             to follow closely

                                                       [v -DOGGED, -DOGGING, -DOGS]

BIRDDOGGED                    to follow closely [v]

BIRDDOGGING                          to follow closely [v]

BIRDDOGS                                  to follow closely [v]

BOONDOGGLE                   [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES]

BOONDOGGLED

BOONDOGGLER                   [n -S]

BOONDOGGLERS                   [n]

BOONDOGGLES                       [v]

BOONDOGGLING                    [v]

BULLDOG                             to throw a steer

                                                        [v -DOGGED, -DOGGING, -DOGS]

BULLDOGGED                    to throw a steer [v]

BULLDOGGER                    [n -S]

BULLDOGGERS                         [n]

BULLDOGGING                    [n -S]

BULLDOGGINGS                       [n]

BULLDOGS                                  to throw a steer [v]

CANTDOG                             a device used to move logs [n -S]

CANTDOGS                                 a device used to move logs [n]

CHILIDOG                             a hot dog topped with chili [n -S]

CHILIDOGS                             a hot dog topped with chili [n]

CLADOGENESES                    [n]

CLADOGENESIS                    [n -GENESES]

CLADOGENETIC                    [adj]

CLADOGRAM                    [n -S]

CLADOGRAMS                    [n]

COYDOG                                     a hybrid between a coyote and a wild dog [n -S]

COYDOGS                                   a hybrid between a coyote and a wild dog [n]

DOG                                      to follow after like a dog

                                                        [v DOGGED, DOGGING, DOGS]

DOGBANE                             a perennial herb [n -S]

DOGBANES                             DOGBANE, a perennial herb [n]

DOGBERRIES                    a wild berry [n]

DOGBERRY                             a wild berry [n -RIES]

DOGCART                             a one-horse carriage [n -S]

DOGCARTS                             a one-horse carriage [n]

DOGCATCHER                   [n -S]

DOGCATCHERS                       [n]

DOGDOM                            the world of dogs [n -S]

DOGDOMS                            the world of dogs [n]

DOGE                                     the chief magistrate in the former republics

                                                       of Venice and Genoa [n -S]

DOGEAR                                     to turn down a corner of a page [v -ED, -ING, -S]

DOGEARED                               to turn down a corner of a page [v]

DOGEARING                            to turn down a corner of a page [v]

DOGEARS                                   to turn down a corner of a page [v]

DOGEDOM                            the domain of a doge [n -S]

DOGEDOMS                            the domain of a doge [n]

DOGES                                         the chief magistrate in the former republics

                                                       of Venice and Genoa [n]

DOGESHIP                            the office of a doge [n -S]

DOGESHIPS                               the office of a doge [n]

DOGEY                                     dogie (a stray calf) [n -GEYS]

DOGEYS                                     dogie (a stray calf) [n]

DOGFACE                            a soldier in the U.S. Army [n -S]

DOGFACES                                a soldier in the U.S. Army [n]

DOGFIGHT                           to engage in an aerial battle

                                                      [v -FOUGHT, -FIGHTING, -FIGHTS]

DOGFIGHTING                        to engage in an aerial battle [v]

DOGFIGHTS                           to engage in an aerial battle [v]

DOGFISH                           a small shark [n -ES]

DOGFISHES                               a small shark [n]

DOGFOUGHT                           to engage in an aerial battle [v]

DOGGED                                    to follow after like a dog (a domesticated,

                                                      carnivorous mammal) [v]

DOGGEDLY                           stubbornly [adv]

DOGGEDNESS                  [n -ES]

DOGGEDNESSES                     [n]

DOGGER                            a fishing vessel [n -S]

DOGGEREL                            trivial, awkwardly written verse [n -S]

DOGGERELS                            trivial, awkwardly written verse [n]

DOGGERIES                            surly behavior [n]

DOGGERS                                   a fishing vessel [n]

DOGGERY                            surly behavior [n -GERIES]

DOGGIE                                     doggy (a small dog) [n -S]

DOGGIER                            resembling or suggestive of a dog [adj]

DOGGIES                            (a small dog) [n]

DOGGIEST                            resembling or suggestive of a dog [adj]

DOGGING                            to follow after like a dog (a domesticated,    

                                                      carnivorous mammal) [v]

DOGGISH                           doglike (resembling a dog) [adj]

DOGGISHLY                           [adv]

DOGGISHNESS                  [n -ES]

DOGGISHNESSES                  [n]

DOGGO                                     in hiding [adv]

DOGGONE                           damned (damnable (detestable))

                                                      [adj -GONER, -GONEST]

                                                      to damn (to curse (to wish evil upon))

                                                      [v -GONED, -GONING, -GONES]

DOGGONED                          damned (damnable (detestable))

                                                     [adj -GONEDER, -GONEDEST]

DOGGONEDER                       damned (damnable (detestable)) [adj]

DOGGONEDEST                     damned (damnable (detestable)) [adj]

DOGGONER                             damned (damnable (detestable)) [adj]

DOGGONES                              to damn (to curse (to wish evil upon)) [v]

DOGGONEST                           damned (damnable (detestable)) [adj]

DOGGONING                           to damn (to curse (to wish evil upon)) [v]

DOGGREL                          doggerel (trivial, awkwardly written verse) [n -S]

DOGGRELS                              doggerel (trivial, awkwardly written verse) [n]

DOGGY                                    resembling or suggestive of a dog

                                                     [adj -GIER, -GIEST] a small dog [n -GIES]

DOGHANGED                 [adj]

DOGHOUSE                           a shelter for a dog [n -S]

DOGHOUSES                           a shelter for a dog [n]

DOGIE                                    a stray calf [n -S]

DOGIES                                    dogie (a stray calf) [n]

DOGLEG                                    to move along a bent course

                                                      [v -LEGGED, -LEGGING, -LEGS]

DOGLEGGED                           to move along a bent course [v]

DOGLEGGING                         to move along a bent course [v]

DOGLEGS                                 to move along a bent course [v]

DOGLIKE                           resembling a dog [adj]

DOGMA                                    a principle or belief put forth as authoritative

                                                     [n -MAS or -MATA] : DOGMATIC [adj]

DOGMAS                                  a principle or belief put forth as authoritative [n]

DOGMATA                               a principle or belief put forth as authoritative [n]

DOGMATIC                             a principle or belief put forth as authoritative

DOGMATICAL                [adj]

DOGMATICALLY                [adv]

DOGMATICALNESS       [n -ES]

DOGMATICS                         [n]

DOGMATISM                         [n -S]

DOGMATISMS                [n]

DOGMATIST                         [n -S]

DOGMATISTS                [n]

DOGMATIZATION       [n -S]

DOGMATIZATIONS       [n]

DOGMATIZE                         [v -TIZED, -TIZING, -TIZES]

DOGMATIZED                [v]

DOGMATIZER                [n -S]

DOGMATIZERS                [n]

DOGMATIZES                        [v]

DOGMATIZING                     [v]

DOGNAP                                  to steal a dog

                                                    [v -NAPED, -NAPING, -NAPS or -NAPPED,

                                                    -NAPPING, -NAPS]

DOGNAPED                             to steal a dog [v]

DOGNAPER                          one that dognaps (to steal a dog) [n -S]

DOGNAPERS                          one that dognaps (to steal a dog) [n]

DOGNAPING                           to steal a dog [v]

DOGNAPPED                          to steal a dog [v]

DOGNAPPER                         [n -S]

DOGNAPPERS                [n]

DOGNAPPING                        to steal a dog [v]

DOGNAPS                         to steal a dog [v]

DOGROBBER                         [n -S]

DOGROBBERS                        [n]

DOGS                                   to follow after like a dog (a domesticated,

                                                     carnivorous mammal) [v]

DOGSBODIES                 a menial worker [n]

DOGSBODY                          a menial worker [n -BODIES]

DOGSLED                          to move on a sled drawn by dogs

                                                     [v -SLEDDED, -SLEDDING, -SLEDS]

DOGSLEDDED                 to move on a sled drawn by dogs [v]

DOGSLEDDER                 [n -S]

DOGSLEDDERS                 [n]

DOGSLEDDING                 to move on a sled drawn by dogs [v]

DOGSLEDS                          to move on a sled drawn by dogs [v]

DOGTEETH                          a cuspid (a pointed tooth) [n]

DOGTOOTH                          a cuspid (a pointed tooth) [n DOGTEETH]

DOGTROT                          to move at a steady trot [v -TROTTED,

                                                     -TROTTING, -TROTS]

DOGTROTS                             to move at a steady trot [v]

DOGTROTTED                       to move at a steady trot [v]

DOGTROTTING                     to move at a steady trot [v]

DOGVANE                          a small vane [n -S]

DOGVANES                              a small vane [n]

DOGWATCH                          a short period of watch duty on a ship [n -ES]

DOGWATCHES                 a short period of watch duty on a ship [n]

DOGWOOD                          a tree [n -S]

DOGWOODS                          a tree [n]

DOGY                                   dogie (a stray calf) [n -GIES]

ENDOGAMIC                          [adj]

ENDOGAMIES                  marriage within a particular group [n]

ENDOGAMOUS                  [adj]

ENDOGAMY                            marriage within a particular group [n -MIES]

ENDOGEN                            a type of plant [n -S]

ENDOGENIC                           [adj]

ENDOGENIES                  growth from within [n]

ENDOGENOUS                 [adj]

ENDOGENOUSLY                 [adv]

ENDOGENS                           a type of plant [n]

ENDOGENY                           growth from within [n -NIES]

FIREDOG                           an andiron (a metal support for holding

                                                      wood in a fireplace) [n -S]

FIREDOGS                           an andiron (a metal support for holding

                                                      wood in a fireplace) [n]

FOGDOG                           a fogbow (a nebulous arc of light sometimes

                                                      seen in a fog) [n -S]

FOGDOGS                           a fogbow (a nebulous arc of light sometimes

                                                      seen in a fog) [n]

GUARDDOG                           a dog trained to guard persons or property [n -S]

GUARDDOGS                           a dog trained to guard persons or property [n]

GUNDOG                           a hunting dog [n -S]

GUNDOGS                           a hunting dog [n]

HANGDOG                           a sneaky person [n -S]

HANGDOGS                           a sneaky person [n]

HOTDOG                           to perform in a showy manner

                                                      [v -DOGGED, -DOGGING, -DOGS]

HOTDOGGED                           to perform in a showy manner [v]

HOTDOGGER                  [n -S]

HOTDOGGERS                  [n]

HOTDOGGING                  to perform in a showy manner [v]

HOTDOGS                                 to perform in a showy manner [v]

LAPDOG                                    a small dog [n -S]

LAPDOGS                           a small dog [n]

NONDOGMATIC                  [adj]

ODOGRAPH                            an odometer (a device for measuring

                                                       distance traveled) [n -S]

ODOGRAPHS                            an odometer (a device for measuring

                                                       distance traveled) [n]

ONDOGRAM                            a graph of electric wave forms [n -S]

ONDOGRAMS                   a graph of electric wave forms [n]

OVERDOG                            one that is dominant or victorious [n -S]

OVERDOGS                            one that is dominant or victorious [n]

PAEDOGENESES                   [n]

PAEDOGENESIS                   [n -GENESES]

PAEDOGENETIC                   [adj]

PAEDOGENIC                   [adj]

PEDOGENESES                   [n]

PEDOGENESIS                   [n -GENESES]

PEDOGENETIC                   [adj]

PEDOGENIC                            [adj]

PEPTIDOGLYCAN                    [n -S]

PEPTIDOGLYCANS           [n]

SEADOG                                      a fogbow (a nebulous arc of light sometimes

                                                        seen in a fog) [n -S]

SEADOGS                             a fogbow (a nebulous arc of light sometimes

                                                        seen in a fog) [n]

SHEEPDOG                             a dog trained to guard and herd sheep [n -S]

SHEEPDOGS                             a dog trained to guard and herd sheep [n]

STEROIDOGENESES          [n]

STEROIDOGENESIS          [n -GENESES]

STEROIDOGENIC                   [adj]

SUNDOG                                     a small rainbow [n -S]

SUNDOGS                            a small rainbow [n]

UNDERDOG                            one who is expected to lose [n -S]

UNDERDOGS                            one who is expected to lose [n]

UNDOGMATIC                   a principle or belief put forth as

                                                       authoritative [adj]

UNDOGMATICALLY         [adv]

WATCHDOG                            to act as a guardian for [v -DOGGED,

                                                       -DOGGING, -DOGS]

WATCHDOGGED                   to act as a guardian for [v]

WATCHDOGGING                   to act as a guardian for [v]

WATCHDOGS                   to act as a guardian for [v]

WATERDOG                            a large salamander [n -S]

WATERDOGS                            a large salamander [n]