Any of an ancient French breed of sturdily built, rough-coated dogs.(noun)
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Use "briard" in a sentence
"More Briard puppy updates at thecoughlin, under her briard puppies tag."
"Delighting Wes and Maggie, they also brought with them a long-haired tawny puppy, a briard named Raye."
"Boling lounged back in a deep armchair, joined by Raye the briard."