A medium-to-large dog of a breed originating in Scotland as a sheepdog, having a long narrow muzzle and either a long thick straight coat or a short hard flat coat, depending on the variety.(noun)
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Use "collie" in a sentence
"A woman bought a 5-month-old collie from a homeless person and surrendered it to society."
"When Tait barked he started for a moment, but then came on steadily – a collie is rarely as formidable as an Irish terrier."
"‘Cousin’, his grandmother’s border collie is a constant companion, whether Pete wants him to be or not."