A wild dog (Canis dingo) of Australia, having a reddish-brown or yellowish-brown coat.(noun)
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Use "dingo" in a sentence
"Description: The dingo is a declared pest in most states of Australia, and livestock farmers are obliged to cull them."
"Oddly enough, the word dingo seems to have meant ` tame dog 'in the contributing language, and another word, warrigal, referred to the wild dog."
"Dogs on the whole are favorably regarded; the associations developed around the word dingo are uniformly pejorative."