Any of a Hungarian breed of shorthaired, medium-sized hunting dogs having a deep rust-gold coat and a docked tail.(noun)
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Use "vizsla" in a sentence
"The athletic vizsla leapt onto the year's top 10 for Chicago, just as in 2007 and 2003."
"My wife wanted a vizsla, so when she went to our local animal shelter upstate they told her Mimi was a vizsla."
"She had a vizsla that wasn't as good in objective terms as another, but hers won because she was able to bring out the best in the dog."