A dog belonging to any of several northern breeds, such as the Pomeranian or Samoyed, characterized by a long, thick, usually white coat, pointed muzzle and ears, and a tail curled over the back.(noun)
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Use "spitz" in a sentence
"They shotgunned a few - just giver! we also ate dill pickle flavored spitz, which is my new favorite. also, we watched an old man, in a motorized wheel chair do laps around my neighborhood. when I say laps, I mean, like hundreds of fucking times around. every lap he'd stop at this one driveway, sit there for a second and then throw something."
"It will be interesting to see whether the mutations which delete the midline structures, the ventral portion of the neuroectoderm and head in Drosophila, such as spitz and others (75), are homologous to the fish midline genes."
"Finnish Spitz: The national dog of Finland, this dog sounds like what a teutonic dentist might say, "Finish spitz?""